The most dangerous man in Detroit

Walter Reuther and the fate of American labor

By Lichtenstein, Nelson

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ISBN
978-0-46509-080-8
Publisher
New York, NY : Basic Books, c1995.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on November 1, 1995

Lichtenstein (history, Univ. of Virginia) has written a comprehensive account of the public career of Reuther (1907-70), one of the outstanding U.S. labor leaders from the 1930s until his untimely death in 1970. The author recounts Reuther's meteoric rise, first in the creation of the auto workers union (UAW) and his titanic ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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