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Bernard K. Johnpoll and Mark R. Yerburgh, eds., The League for Industrial Democracy: A Documentary History. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1980. 3 vols., 2,977 pp.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 December 2008

Robert B. Westbrook
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Yale University

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Copyright © International Labor and Working-Class History, Inc. 1981

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1. Harrington, Michael, Fragments of the Century (New York, 1973), 145Google Scholar. The best account of this conflict is Kirkpatrick Sale, SDS (New York, 1973), 2841, 6070, 236240Google Scholar. Sale's appendix on the roots of SDS is the best account of the student organizations in the LID, but see also Schriffrin, Andre, “The Student Movement in the 1950's: A Reminiscence,” Radical America, 2 (0506 1968), 2641.Google Scholar

2. See my Tribune of the Technostructure: The Popular Economics of Stuart Chase,” American Quarterly, 32 (1980), 387408.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

3. A notable exception was philosopher John Dewey who attacked the capitalist division of labor precisely because it separated “brain” and “hand” work. It was this separation that to him defined alienating work. See, for example, Individualism Old and New (New York, 1930), 131132Google Scholar. The reunion of brain and hand work was for Dewey a principal tenet of “industrial democracy.”

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