A Reply to Staughton Lynd
When Staughton Lynd told me that he was writing a review of both my book, An Injury to All, and David Montgomery’s, The Fall of the House of Labor, I quipped that he had put me in some fast company. After all, David Montgomery is not only an established labour historian, but widely recognized on the left as the person who turned the attention of labour historians from the minutes of afl conventions and other such deadly documents to the thoughts and actions of rank-and-file workers. It would certainly be thrilling to keep such company, even if only in the pages of New Left Review.
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