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Memory of Steel


by Edward F. Stankowski Jr.

Memory of Steel describes the collapse of the Pittsburgh's steel industry and is a story of men and machines.  A ten-dollar-an-hour benediction that turned immigrants' sons into men.  Memory of Steel critically examines the roles that unions, their rank and file, and industry management played in steel's ultimate demise, a death that created ripples in the culture-at-large that are still felt today.

Paperback. 122p.