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*Preview* The Slow Death of the American Labor Movement

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Full episode available for patrons: https://www.patreon.com/posts/slow-death-of-57099684

We investigate the reasons why the American labour movement is so disorganized, with a particular focus on the McCarthyist attacks on working class militants during the post-WWII period.

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