Teamster Rebellion

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The 1934 strikes that built the industrial union movement in Minneapolis and helped pave the way for the CIO, recounted by a central leader of that battle. The first in a four-volume series on the class-struggle leadership of the strikes and organizing drives that transformed the Teamsters union in much of the Midwest into a fighting social movement and pointed the road toward independent labor political action. This second, expanded edition of Farrell Dobbs's 1972 book includes a new introduction by Jack Barnes and two photo sections.

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Author Dobbs, Farrell
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 258
Publisher Pathfinder
Date of Publication 2011
ISBN 9780873489737

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