A Lifetime of Labor: The Autobiography of Alice H. Cook

by

Write The First Customer Review

Born in 1903 to religious, progressive parents, Alice Cook has been a pioneer in union organizing, worker education, and equal rights. In her personal life she has forged bonds of comradeship with people around the world. Her autobiography recounts a remarkable life of activism that spans nearly a century.

A Lifetime of Labor: The Autobiography of Alice H. Cook 2000, Feminist Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781558611894

Hardcover

Select
A Lifetime of Labor: The Autobiography of Alice H. Cook 2000, Feminist Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9781558612570

Trade paperback

Select