New York: Center for United Labor Action, 1973. First edition. Saddle stitch. 33 pp. Octavo. [21 cm]. Red pictorial wraps. Some minor toning to spine. Extremely light wear to extremities. Near fine. Item #63117
Vincent Copeland's importance in the workers movement of mid century New York cannot be understated. He was a founding member of the World Worker's Party and was able to connect his two direct experiences of journalism and industrial labor to head the "Worker's World" WWP newspaper. "The Black Furnace Brothers" weaves intersectionality into worker's struggle in a revolutionary condemnation of the deliberate exclusion of black workers from factories to hire their white counterparts.