The Red Coast

The Red Coast

Radicalism and Anti-radicalism in Southwest Washington

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"The Red Coast is a lively and readable informal history of the labor, left-wing, and progressive activists who lived, worked, and organized in southwest Washington State from the late nineteenth century until World War II. The book serves as a hidden history for a region frequently identified with conservatism, rescuing these working-class activists from obscurity and placing them at the center of southwest Washington's history."
Publisher: Corvallis : Oregon State University Press, 2019
ISBN: 9780870719677
Branch Call Number: 331.09797 G561R 2019
Characteristics: viii, 236 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm


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