Mean Things Happening (1993)
DEPRESSION ERA FARMING
Bizzell, William Bennett. The Green Rising; an Historical Survey of Agrarianism,
With Special Reference to the Organized Efforts of the Farmers of the United States to
Improve Their Economic and Social Status. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1926.
Call Number: (FMC) HD 151 .B5
Caldwell, Erskine. Tenant Farmer. New York City: Phalanx Press .
Call Number: (FMC) HD 1511 .U5 C3
Coleman, Jerry. A Square Deal for the Farmer. New York: Workers Library
Call Number: (FMC) HD 1765 1938 C6x
Knight, Harold V. Guide for Farmers Union Writers. Jamestown, North Dakota:
Farmers Union Education Service, 1940.
Call Number: (FMC) In Process
National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor (U.S.). Farm Labor Organizing 1905-1967: a
Brief History. New York: National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor, 1967.
Call Number: (FMC) HD 6515.A29 N3x
Workers Defense League for the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union. The Disinherited
Speak: Letters from Sharecroppers. New York, N.Y.: Published by the Workers Defense
League for the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, [1937?].
Call Number: (FMC) 426
STEEL WORKERS UNIONS IN THE GREAT DEPRESSION
Doran, Dave. Get Wise -- Organize: What Every Young Steel Worker Should Know.
New York: National Committee of the Young Communist League, [1937?].
Call Number: (FMC) 308
Harbison, Frederick H. Collective Bargaining in the Steel Industry, 1937; a Factual
Summary of Recent Developments. Princeton: s.n., 1937.
Call Number: (FMC) HD 6515 .S57 P7
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