The 1934 strikes that built the industrial union movement in Minneapolis and helped pave the way for the CIO, recounted by a central leader of that battle.
This is the first in a four-volume series on the class-struggle leadership of the strikes and organizing drives that transformed the Teamsters union in much of the Midwest into a fighting social movement and pointed the road toward independent labor political action.
Introduction by Jack Barnes, two 12-page photo sections and other photos, index. Appendix: List of Original Strike Committee of 100 as it appeared in Local 574's files. Now with enlarged type.