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HD Industries, Land Use, Labor (Go to start of category)
HD8073 .F3 O3 1924 [Info] On a Labor Faker's Trail: The Shady Record of Frank Farrington (Chicago: Workers Party of America, ca. 1924), by T. J. O'Flaherty (multiple formats at
HD8073 .F6 A32 [Info] More Pages From a Worker's Life (Occasional paper - American Institute for Marxist Studies #32; 1979), by William Z. Foster, ed. by Arthur Zipser (multiple formats at
HD8073 .G6 A3 1925 [Info] Seventy Years of Life And Labor: An Autobiography (2 volumes, with an appendix by Thorne on Gompers's last year; New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., c1925), by Samuel Gompers, contrib. by Florence Calvert Thorne
HD8073 .G6 A3 1948 [Info] Seventy Years of Life And Labor: An Autobiography (1 volume edition, with new introduction by Woll and appendix by Thorne; New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1948), by Samuel Gompers, contrib. by Matthew Woll and Florence Calvert Thorne (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
HD8073 .G7 [Info] William Green: A Pictorial Biography (New York: Inter-Allied Publications, c1952), by Max D. Danish (multiple formats at
HD8073 .H55 D38 2011 [Info] Remains to be Seen: Tracing Joe Hill's Ashes in New Zealand (2011), by Jared Davidson (PDF with commentary at Rebel Press)
HD8073 .J6 A3 [Info] The Autobiography of Mother Jones (Chicago: C. H. Kerr and Co., 1925), by Mother Jones, ed. by Mary Field Parton, contrib. by Clarence Darrow
HD8073 .M45 A3 [Info] It Can Be Done: The Autobiography of James Hudson Maurer (New York: Rand School Press, 1938), by James H. Maurer (page images at HathiTrust)
HD8073 .N14 H34 [Info] A Leader of the Garment Workers: The Biography of Isidore Nagle (1950), by Harry Haskel, contrib. by David Dubinsky (page images at HathiTrust)
HD8073 .S64 R53 2000 [Info] Maida Springer: Pan-Africanist and International Labor Leader (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c2000), by Yevette Richards (page images at Pitt)
HD8076 .F5 [Info] Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, 1828-1928 (New York: Rand School of Social Science, c1928), by Nathan Fine (page images at HathiTrust)
HD8076 .G6 [Info] Should a Political Labor Party be Formed? (1918), by Samuel Gompers (multiple formats at
HD8076 .H36 1944 [Info] American Workers Need a Labor Party (New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1944), by Joseph Hansen (PDF at
HD8076 .H39 1988 [Info] Between Craft and Class: Skilled Workers and Factory Politics in the United States and Britain, 1890-1922 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991), by Jeffrey Haydu (HTML at UC Press)
HD8076 .L336 [Info] Labor Party Press (1996-2001), by Labor Party (U.S.) (partial serial archives)
HD8076 .L68 1927 [Info] The Coolidge Program: Capitalist Democracy and Prosperity Exposed (Workers Library #2; New York: Workers Library, 1927), by Jay Lovestone (multiple formats at
HD8076 .P4 [Info] For a Labor Party: Recent Revolutionary Changes in American Politics: A Statement by the Workers Party (New York: Workers Party of America, 1922), by John Pepper
HD8076 .P4 1923 [Info] For a Labor Party: Recent Revolutionary Changes in American Politics (second edition, revised and enlarged; New York: Workers party of America, 1923), by John Pepper (page images at HathiTrust)
HD8076 .P4 1923 [Info] For a Labor Party: Recent Revolutionary Changes in American Politics (third edition; Chicago: Workers Party of America, ca. 1923), by John Pepper (page images at HathiTrust)
HD8079.C4 H57 1990 [Info] Urban Revolt: Ethnic Politics in the Nineteenth-Century Chicago Labor Movement (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990), by Eric L. Hirsch (HTML at UC Press)
HD8081 .A65 B55 [Info] The Black Worker: A Documentary History From Colonial Times to the Present (8 volumes, originally published 1978-1984; this edition Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2019), ed. by Philip Sheldon Foner and Ronald L. Lewis, contrib. by Keona K. Ervin
HD8081 .A65 M33 2008 [Info] To Advance Their Opportunities: Federal Policies Toward African American Workers From World War I to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Knoxville: Newfound Press, c2014), by Judson MacLaury (PDF at Tennessee)
HD8081 .M6 S37 [Info] Undocumented Workers: Are They the Problem? (New American Movement pamphlet, 1977), by Glenn Scott (multiple formats at
HD8083 .A2 A52 [Info] The Southern Labor Story (Washington: AFL-CIO, ca. 1956), by AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department (multiple formats at
HD8083 .C2 T6 [Info] To The Beasts: In California As in Ancient Rome, by Industrial Workers of the World (PDF page images at MSU)

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