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Overwhelmingly white and middle class, Milwaukee in the 1950s stood at the brink of rapid demographic change as thousands of African Americans from the U.S. South migrated to the city. From 1950 to...
at bookstores or 800-848-6224 • uncpress.org • uncpressblog.com LABOR UNDER FIRE A History of the AFL-CIO since 1979 Timothy J. Minchin “Minchin is one of the most prolific and insightful historians… (More)
With a tradition of progressivism, a highly unionized workforce and a socialist mayor, Milwaukee in the 1950s seemingly embodied the postwar liberal consensus that subscribed to a continuation of the… (More)