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Walter Reuther

Gerald Kurland

Walter Reuther

Modern Leader of the United Automobile Workers Union (Outstanding Personality, No 52)

by Gerald Kurland

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Published by Samhar Pr .
Written in English

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ContributionsD. Stone Rahmas (Editor)
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL11108553M
ISBN 100871575450
ISBN 109780871575456

[WRNE] , Walter P. Reuther Selected Papers, Edited by Henry M. Christman, [The Future of American Education–A Labor View, Address before the National Council for Social Studies of the National Education Association in Cleveland, Ohio on Novem ], Start Page , Quote Page , Macmillan Company, New York. Walter P. Reuther, the man who eventually became the firebrand leader of the United Automobile Workers (UAW), was born in Wheeling, West Virginia on September 1, Reuther was a first-generation German-American and learned socialist ideals and union politics from his ng in Detroit in , Reuther became a skilled tool and die maker.

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The second of five children, Reuther was born on September 1,in Wheeling, West Virginia. He learned about social issues in family debates moderated by his father, Valentine, an active member in the Brewery Workers union.

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