Leon Fink

Editor of the journal LABOR: Studies in Working-Class History and among the most highly regarded labor historians of the past thirty years. He has written important books on workers' organizations in the 19th century, merchant seamen, the rise of SEIU 1199 in the nursing sector, and Guatemalan poultry workers in North Carolina. He is a good commentator on the broader history of the labor movement within US politics overall.

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