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James C. Foster, author of numerous books and articles on labor relations, worked as a machinist in a union shop and became a member of the United Steel Workers. In 1974, he joined the faculty of Arizona State University at Tempe, to teach history and coordinate the Labor Studies Program. He also organized the Arizona Labor History Council, made up of college instructors, high school teachers, and members of organized labor. In 1981 he accepted a position at the University of Wisconsin at Parkside, to set up a college credit program for union members, in the Industrial Relations Department. Dr. Foster holds a Ph.D. degree from Cornell University in history and labor relations.
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American Labor in the Southwest
The First One Hundred Years
Edited by James C. Foster

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