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Factionalism -- the enemy of the auto workers, by William W. Weinstone and B.K. Gebert.

Author: William Weinstone; B K Gebert
Publisher: Detroit, Communist Party of Michigan [1938?]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Weinstone; B K Gebert
OCLC Number: 36948285
Description: 15 p. 14 cm.

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Factional struggles within the United Auto Workers

by dudeman5685 (WorldCat user published 2014-06-13) Fair Permalink

This item, a pamphlet on factionalism in the UAW during the late 1930s, is available online here

 

https://archive.org/details/Factionalism--TheEnemyOfTheAutoWorkers

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