LITTLE STEEL STRIKE HAS FINALLY FOUND A WORTHY HISTORIAN
According to the World Socialist Website, The Last Great Strike is "an important book." The reviewers applaud the author, Ahmed White, for his meticulous research and open-minded inquiry, saying that the Little Steel Strike "finally found a worthy historian in Ahmed White" and praising Professor White for "breaking through the academic silence surrounding the" strike "and for a thoroughly researched and honestly presented account of this bloody struggle." Read more at https:/
JUST OUT: The Last Great Strike is "Fantastic" & "Essential Reading"
In a new book review, the Socialist Worker says The Last Great Strike is "fantastic" and "readers interested in U.S. labor history or labor law or both should buy and read this book." http://socialistworker.org/2016/06/30/labors-bloody-battle-in-steel #AhmedWhite #violence #1937 #LittleSteel #cio #YoungstownSheetTubeCompany #USSteel #LittleSteelStrike #BigSteel #NLRB #1930s #SWOC #Reviews #Author
BOOK TALK, SEMINARY CO-OP BOOKSTORES, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Ahmed White Discusses THE LAST GREAT STRIKE at one of the Nation's Preeminent Bookstores On May 25, 2016, Professor Cedric Johnson interviewed Professor Ahmed White, at the Seminary Co-op Bookstore on Woodlawn Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, about Professor White's recent book, The Last Great Strike. Professor Johnson is an Associate Professor of Political Science and African American Studies at the University of Illinois. Professor White is the Rosenbaum Professor of law at the
BOOK TALK, TATTERED COVER, DENVER, COLORADO
Ahmed White Discusses THE LAST GREAT STRIKE at one of the Nation's Preeminent Bookstores Professor Ahmed White, who was recently named the Rosenbaum Professor at the University of Colorado School of Law, was at the Tattered Cover on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, discussing his recent book, THE LAST GREAT STRIKE. As he described the Little Steel Strike, the 1937 strike on which his book is based, a crowd of roughly forty people listened intently. Professor White described the eve