SOURCE: Labor and Working Class History Association
by Jeff Schuhrke
The AFL-CIO's leadership saw the emergence of the Polish Solidarity movement in 1980 as an opportunity to advance their anticommunist agenda. Did they also undermine the ability of a post-Soviet left to protect workers' interests against global capitalism?
by David Richards
The Polish Solidarity movement is an instructive study in how a coalition of workers, intellectuals and spiritual leaders maintained a commitment to nonviolence and dialogue in the face of repression.
by David M. Perry and Matthew Gabriele
"As historians, we've spent the past 18 months of the pandemic not only watching "Ted Lasso" but also thinking deeply about the values communities need to weather difficult times."
SOURCE: The Metropole
The Urban History Association accentuates the positive in academic culture as urbanists salute the people who made a difference for them.
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
Lech Walesa is one hell of an obdurate man.
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