PamphIets for Workers

Jacobs, Samuel
January 1945
New Republic;1/1/1945, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p29
Focuses on impatience and the satisfaction which labor people themselves feel about union educational publications today. Requirement for the material leadership and sub-leadership to study, and material for mass education and mass distribution; Information about the impact on thinking about the lives of workers and the effect of war conditions on their bread and butter; Attention to the pamphlet called "The UAW-CIO Postwar Plan."


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