Black Workers and the New Unions.
Examination of the “problems of Negro labor and its relation to white labor, North and South, under the impact of the New Deal.”
Cayton and Mitchell “have gone directly to the people most intimately concerned— workers, plant managers, foremen, and union officials— and have secured from them hundreds of interviews, which, together with attendant facts, this volume mainly concerns. Three industries were chosen for study: iron and steel, meat-packing, and railroad car shops.” (dust jacket)
Description: Black Workers and the New Unions.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1939. First Edition. Publisher’s gray cloth, near fine. In scarce dust jacket with minor chips at ends of spine panel, overall very good.