Edited and with an afterword by George Lipsitz Blue-collar intellectual and activist, Stan Weir devoted his life to the advocacy of his fellow workers. Singlejack Solidarity offers a rare look at life and social relations as seen from the factory, dockside, and the shop floor. Gathered here for the first time, Weir’s writings—part memoir, labor history, and polemic—document a crucial chapter in the story of working-class America.
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