LUCY PARSONS: An American Revolutionary
One of the most militant leaders in the radical labor movement at the turn of the century, Ashbaugh's biography follows Parsons's life and work through pivotal points in U.S. history--from the end of slavery and the era of Reconstruction to the birth of the American labor and socialist movements. She fought for the rights of women and people of color, for the eight-hour day, and against poverty. Illus.
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