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Between A River And A Mountain: The Afl-Cio And The Vietnam War

Edmund F. Wehrle
 
ISBN:   0472099000   List Price:    INR 5,302.50
ISBN-13:   9780472099009       (USD 75.00)
Publisher:   University of Michigan Press   Pages:    320
Binding:   Hardcover   Weight:    1.3 Pounds
Pub. Year:   2005   Language:    English
Category:   Political Science / Labor & Industrial Relations
 
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Between a River and a Mountain details American labor's surprisingly complex relationship to the American war in Vietnam. Breaking from the simplistic story of "hard hat patriotism," Wehrle uses newly released archival material to demonstrate the AFL-CIO's continuing dedication to social, political, and economic reform in Vietnam. The complex, sometimes turbulent, relationship between American union leaders and their counterparts in the Vietnamese Confederation of Labor (known as
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