The Master of Seventh Avenue is the definitive biography of David Dubinsky — , one of the most controversial and influential labor leaders in 20th-century America. A Jewish labor radical, Dubinsky fled czarist Poland in and began his career as a garment worker and union agitator in New York City. A staunch anti-communist, Dubinsky worked tirelessly to rid the American labor movement of communists and fellow-travelers.
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Robert D. An extraordinary personality whose life and times present a fascinating lens into the American labor movement, Dubinsky leaps off the pages of this meticulously researched and vividly detailed biography. One of the most forceful labor leaders of the twentieth century, Dubinsky also pioneered in the civil rights movement, actively involved his union in domestic politics, and fought vigorously for all workers in the international sphere. Parading across the pages of this insightful and colorful biography are men like, George Meany, Sidney Hillman, John L. An amazing groundswell of support from Southeast Queens, and intense political pressure, saved it.
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