An incomparable history in collage, documenting the history and legacy of one of the most important moments in anarchist history. Compiled by historians Franklin Rosemont and David Roediger, and available here in a new expanded edition with contributions from Peter Linebaugh and Ron Sakolsky, along with Red Emma's co-founders, Kate Khatib & John Duda, this 125th Anniversary edition of the Haymarket Scrapbook belongs in your collection.
Marking the 125th anniversary of the 1886 bombing at Chicago's Haymarket Square, in a revised and expanded edition co-published with the Charles H. Kerr Company, this profusely illustrated anthology reproduces hundreds of original documents, speeches, posters, and handbills, as well as contributions by many of today's finest labor and radical historians focusing on Haymarket's enduring influence around the world—including the eight-hour workday.
Franklin Rosemont (1943–2009) was a labor historian and surrealist agitator. His most recent book Surrealism: Black, Brown, and Beige won the 2010 American Book Award.
David Roediger is the author of How Race Survived US History and Wages of Whiteness.
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