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Two steel contracts. (The two items which follow relate to the recently-concluded contract negotiations in the steel industry. The first is an imaginary contract, based in part on the demands of existing rank-and-file caucuses. It was published in May by the Writers' Workshop in Gary. The second is an appraisal of the contract that was actually negotiated. It is by Staughton Lynd, a member of the Writers' Workshop, and largely drawn from interviews with steelworkers in the Gary area.)

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Two steel contracts. (The two items which follow relate to the recently-concluded contract negotiations in the steel industry. The first is an imaginary contract, based in part on the demands of existing rank-and-file caucuses. It was published in May by the Writers' Workshop in Gary. The second is an appraisal of the contract that was actually negotiated. It is by Staughton Lynd, a member of the Writers' Workshop, and largely drawn from interviews with steelworkers in the Gary area.)

by Gary, Indiana Writers' Workshop, and Staughton Lynd

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Boston: New England Free Press, 1971. Pamphlet. 20p., stapled wraps, very good condition. Reprinted from Radical America, September-October 1971.

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Title
Two steel contracts. (The two items which follow relate to the recently-concluded contract negotiations in the steel industry. The first is an imaginary contract, based in part on the demands of existing rank-and-file caucuses. It was published in May by the Writers' Workshop in Gary. The second is an appraisal of the contract that was actually negotiated. It is by Staughton Lynd, a member of the Writers' Workshop, and largely drawn from interviews with steelworkers in the Gary area.)
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Gary, Indiana Writers' Workshop, and Staughton Lynd
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Pamphlet
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New England Free Press
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Date Published
1971
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Labor - American; Indiana; 1970S; Steel Industry;

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