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Lawrence Rogin, November 2, 1975. Interview E-0013.
Labor Activist Discusses Radical Politics, Organizing Hosiery Workers in the South, and Labor Education: Lawrence Rogin grew up in the Northeast in an immigrant family inclined toward radical politics. In the 1930s, Rogin became actively involved in the labor movement. In this interview, he describes his work in labor education, focusing specifically on the Brookwood Labor College, the Central Labor Union, and his work with the Hosiery Workers Union in the South.
Interviewee: Lawrence Rogin    Interviewer: William Finger
Duration: 02:26:38     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 9 excerpts.