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This new South End Press edition makes available the full text of this out-of-print classic - along with a new foreword by Manning Marable, interviews with participants in DRUM, and reflections on political developments over the past three decades by Georgakas and Surkin.

©1998 Dan Georgakas and Marvin Surkin (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Important labor, organizing, & Detroit history

Many men in my family worked in the car factories. But I didn't grow up knowing anything about the revolutionary organizing that happened in those spaces. Thankfully I came across this book. The organizing efforts of Detroit's Black autoworkers to create more just workplaces and societies should be known by everyone. Lots of useful information here for those today fighting for deep structural change.