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by Charles Rumford Walker
by Charles Rumford Walker.
by Charles Rumford Walker.
When first published in 1937, Charles Rumford Walker's American City was praised as an evenhanded portrayal of the truckers' strike. Focusing on the personal experiences of the participants, Walker recounts the interests, motives, and passions on both sides of the conflict, capturing the heated emotions of those involved.
The inside story of Minneapolis, the ""left wing city"" Fairly objective, though his sympathy is doubtless with labor. Important from angle of study of labor problems and civic adjustments. Pub Date: March 4th, 1937.
The inside story of Minneapolis, the ""left wing city"". Fairly objective, though his sympathy is doubtless with labor. Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart.
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Charles Rumford Walker.
Charles Rumford Walker. The striking truckers, in protest of scab workers, took to the streets of the city's warehouse district where they faced violent opposition from the police and members of the Citizen's Alliance, a group representing Minneapolis's business community. The conflict exploded when police fired on the unarmed strikers, killing four and injuring countless others.
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Charles Rumford Walker, Jr. (July 31, 1894 – November 26, 1974) was an American historian, political scientist and novelist. One of his most notable books was American City: Rank and File View (1937). Walker was the son of Francis Sheafe and Charles Rumford Walker, Sr. born at Concord, New Hampshire. He also wrote Steel: The Diary of a Furnace Worker and a novel entitled Bread and Fire: A Novel References. a b "Charles Walker, Ex-Yale Official. American City: A Rank-and-File History To the rank and file, these economic phenomena had been concretized tragically in the lives of individuals
Charles Rumford Walker. American City: A Rank-and-File History. Sixty-five riders in costume went through a series of maneuvers before an audience that filled the huge arena. But perhaps the subtlest and surest sign of renewed faith in life was the disappearance of depression stories in social circles. In 1932 it was fashionable to repeat anecdotes of jumping suicides, and to boast of poverty. To the rank and file, these economic phenomena had been concretized tragically in the lives of individuals. Many thousands of families were on a subsistence dole.