This volume documents the history of Brookwood's contributions to peace and social reform in early 20th-century America. It is based on extensive use of the Brookwood Labor College Papers and numerous other primary source collections. The college ...
was led by one of America's most famous 20th-century pacifist, Abraham J. Muste. It trained not only capable labour organizers but also established the progressive organization, conference for Progressive Labor Action. The college's workers' education programme stressed industrial justice and world peace as the key to a better society.
Number of pages: 420
Date of publication: 1993-06-xx
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