Saturday, July 7, 2012

Lawyers, Guns & Money: This Day in Labor History x 33

Yes, I admit to a weakness for blogs with interesting names, a choice not illogically based on the expectation that they be more interesting to read. So far, it's panning out as expected. Plus, a post about labor history is relevant even if not specifically about academic labor. If we are to be involved in Higher Ed Labor Issues, as appears to be the case, then reading labor history makes mighty sense, no doubt more than reading novels about labor or higher ed, even for the lit majors among us. No shortage of action ~ strikes, rebellions, massacres, murder, uprising, deportation and more...
Erik Loomis, Lawyers, Guns & Money, writes, 
A year ago today, I published my first installment of This Day in Labor History. 33 posts and 1 award later, here we are. I thought there might be interest in having them in digest form.
I imagine I'll have about the same number of posts in the next year. They aren't fully planned, but what is planned suggests that the 2nd year will have a much more race-based focus.
Fridays they blog cats...

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