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Charles P. Larrowe • 3 Items / 2 Books, 1 Article
Harry Bridges (1972)
The Rise and Fall of Radical Labor in the United States
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    United States (Review)
    Harry Bridges, by Charles P. Larrowe
    1. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    The American Historical Review, December 1973, p. 1545
  2. Books & the Arts
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    From Working Stiff to Labor Statesman (Review)
    Harry Bridges, by Charles P. Larrowe
    1. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    The Nation, February 26, 1973, p. 277
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    Dr. Han Suyin's View of Mao Tse-Tung (Review)
    Harry Bridges, by Charles P. Larrowe
    1. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    New Politics, Spring 1973, pp. 93-95
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    Union Made (2 Reviews)
    Harry Bridges, by Charles P. Larrowe
    1. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    2. The Fall and Rise of Jimmy Hoffa by Walter Sheridan
    The Saturday Review, March 17, 1973, pp. 78-81
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    Three men of labor (3 Reviews)
    Meany the business agent, Bridges the manager, Hoffa the revolutionary
    1. Meany by Joseph C. Goulden
    2. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    3. The Fall and Rise of Jimmy Hoffa by Walter Sheridan
    The Harpers Monthly, May 1973, pp. 96-104
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    In Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Almost World, by Hans Koning
    1. The Almost World by Hans Koning
    2. The Shrewsdale Exit by John Buell
    3. The Rape of the American Virgins by Edward A. O'Neill
    4. The Lost Ones by Samuel Beckett
    5. Dodecahedron by Tom Mallin
    6. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    The New Republic, January 27, 1973, pp. 29-30
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    Book Marks (26 Reviews)
    The Emerging Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois, by W.E.B. Du Bois
    1. The Emerging Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois by W.E.B. Du Bois
    2. Harry Bridges by Charles P. Larrowe
    3. My Prison by Luisa Isabel Alvarez de Toledo
    4. West Indian Societies by David Lowenthal
    5. Are You Now or Have You Ever Been by Eric Bentley
    6. The Star-Spangled Hustle by Arthur I. Blaustein and Geoffrey Faux
    7. To Be... by Harold Flender
    8. Forever Open, Clear, and Free by Lois Wille
    9. Le Portugal Baillonne by Mario Soares
    10. Oscar Wilde by Kevin Sullivan
    11. For the First Hours of Tomorrow by Elmer Gertz
    12. The Hurricane Creek Massacre by Thomas N. Bethell
    13. Racial Oppression in America by Bob Blauner
    14. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    15. The Ecstasy of Owen Muir by Ring Lardner, Jr.
    16. The Time of the Toad by Dalton Trumbo
    17. The American Worker by Franklin Wallick
    18. Puerto Rico by Manuel Maldonado-Denis
    19. Bureaucracy and Foreign Policy by Francis E. Rourke
    20. Relevant Lawyers by Ann Fagan Ginger
    21. War Without End by Michael T. Klare
    22. A Qui Appartient Paris? by Claude Bourdet
    23. Proxmire by Jay G. Sykes
    24. Only Victims by Robert Vaughn
    25. War Conspiracy by Peter Dale Scott
    26. Beyond Babel by Brenda Maddox
    The Nation, January 8, 1973, pp. 58-59