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Boring book. Comments about work. I get this at lunch each day. Studs could have used his time on another book more interesting.
This read like a phone book. Read more
Studs Terkel's fabulous survey gives us a glimpse of workers daily lives across a large spectrum of occupations and geographies in 1960 America. Read morePublished 2 months ago by rkogel
i find it hard, pun intended to get past Studs' name. i would read more of his work, or any of his work if i could take the name seriously. Read morePublished 2 months ago by will crow
This book should be required reading for congress critters and for employers. These are the words and experiences of Real Peole, doing the Real Work that keeps the rest of us... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bisonfan
The book is awesome but it's riddled with typographic errors. Inexcusable. Fire the editors. I should get a free book to comp for this wreck.Published 9 months ago by Lycanthrope
The book is out dated. Things have changed a lot since it was writen.
I read the entire book it was hard to put down. Good book to read if
time is limited. Read more
I used this book for my college class. It had lots of useful information for my assignments especially the research paper.Published 14 months ago by William H. Martin, Jr.
A personal and relevant accounting of 20th century work life. It causes one to pause and reflect; even attempt to share and diagnose historical problems of the time. Read morePublished 14 months ago by K Duke