- Title Pages
IntroductionClinton Jencks, Mine-Mill, and Biography as History
Chapter 1Growing Up Concerned
Chapter 2The World of Work and New Opportunities for Social Action
Chapter 3Coming Home
Chapter 4Mine-Mill and Social Change
Chapter 5Mobilizing for Mass Action
Chapter 6The Moment of Decision
Chapter 7Telling the Story
Chapter 8Confronting Domestic Anti-Communism
Chapter 9The Web of Consequences
EpilogueA Reflection on the Committed Life
- The Working Class in American History
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- University of Illinois Press
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