The Black Worker. The Negro and the Labor Movement.
An economic and social study of the African American workforce, labor market conditions, and trade union politics in the early 20th century. Contents include: The heritage of slavery, The Negro worker and the rise of trade unionism, The Negro as industrial reserve, Industrial unionism and labor solidarity, Negro labor since the war.
Description: The Black Worker. The Negro and the Labor Movement.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1931. 509pp. First Edition. Publisher’s black cloth exceptionally clean with bright gilt spine lettering; jacket with rubbing and few short tears. Fine in a very good dust jacket.