Pressure from the left: the American Labor Party, 1936-195
Date of Award
Doctor of Social Science (DSS)
Nelson M. Blake
Frank J. Munger
American Labor Party, history
Political History | United States History
So far as I have been able to determine, no person has yet to set down a complete account of the rise from obscurity and passage into oblivion of the political party which, for a time, made New York the scene of its hustings. I have essayed to describe that political venture.
Born of expediency, fraught with dissension, bolstered and betrayed by egoism, peopled with an entire spectrum of politcal advocacies, and finally, isolated and discredited, the American Labor Party was both prodigy and prodigal during its lifetime.
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Carter, Robert Frederick, "Pressure from the left: the American Labor Party, 1936-195" (1965). Social Science - Dissertations. Paper 157.