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When C. Wright Mills published The New Men of Power in 1948, he saw labor leaders as a new strategic elite and the unions as a set of vanguard organizations crucial to "stopping the main drift towards war and slump." Today, as the unions once again seek to play a decisive role in American life, Mills' remarkable probe into the structure and ideology of mid-twentieth-century trade unionism remains essential reading. A new introduction by historian Nelson Lichtenstein offers insight into the Millsian political world at the time he wrote The New Men of Power.
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