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GM Never Surrendered: Antiunion Politics on Auto Industry Shop Floors during the 1960s
The organizing victories of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) in the automobile factories of the 1930s and 1940s heralded major working-class wins over employers’ antiunion practices during the early-to-mid twentieth ...
Racial Cleansings Against African Americans in the Early 1900s: Forsyth County, Georgia
This paper focuses on the rising racial tensions in Georgia that led to a racial cleansing against African Americans in Forsyth County in 1912. Other racial cleansings occurred throughout the South in towns where “too many” ...