Labor’s Role in American Politics
Harry W. Laidler, a director of the National Bureau of Economic Research and the National Housing Conference, is a leader of the Socialist movement in America. Socialist candidate for governor of New York in 1936, he also ran for United States Senator in 1938. His books include A History of Socialist Thought, Our Changing Industrial Incentives, and A Brief History of Socialism in the United States.
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Harry W. Laidler; Labor’s Role in American Politics. Current History 1 June 1959; 36 (214): 321–327. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19220.127.116.111
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