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Course of Action: A Journalist's Account from Inside the American League Against War and Fascism and the United Electrical Workers Union (UE) 1933-1978 Paperback – September 26, 2012
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James Lerner writes with the soul of a Woody Guthrie and the intellect of Edward R. Murrow about the great depression, WWII,
and the impact and influence of the American labor movement, politics and society. Lerner was an idealist who put his efforts into his beleifs in equality for all long before the 1960's. The author provides insights into the major events of the greatest generation from a first person perspective. His activities included his involvement in the United Electrical Workers, the Spanish civil war of 1936, Civil rights, anti-war and anti fascist activities and a wide variety of the issues during the times in which he lived. Course in Action is history up close and personal by someone who particiapted in the major issues of his day. I heartily recommend it.