Irwin St. John Tucker and Carolyn Ashbaugh discuss labor history and Lucy Parsons
BROADCAST: Apr. 4, 1977 |
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Friar Tuck, as he was also known, was very active in socialist causes in Chicago. In the sweatshops, working fourteen or fifteen hours was the norm. Carolyn Ashbaugh's book "Lucy Parsons" goes over Parsons' movement for the 8-hour work day.
Apr. 4, 1977
1 sound tape reel (ca. 55 min.) : 10 1/2 in.