By Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels
“Not basically are the tales an outstanding learn, however the pictures are so jam-packed with colour and texture they’ll make your palms itch to begin your personal shawl or afghan.”—Glamour
“With a fondness for textiles and a love of shuttle, Melanie Falick is definitely the right author for [America Knits].”—Vogue Knitting
Acclaimed knitting writer Melanie Falick traveled millions of miles and interviewed dozens of knitters, spinners, dyers, and sheep breeders to create this inspiring and revealing number of pictures and styles. With profiles of 38 artisans and farmers,175 appealing colour photos, and 30 unique styles whose trouble levels from uncomplicated to complex, from conventional to modern, the US Knits is the main entire survey but released in this hugely well known and important artwork shape in America.
First released in hardcover as Knitting in the US (Artisan, 1996)
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A History of the American Worker, 19201933 (Boston, 1960), 153-157. 22 Bernstein, 147-148; Murray, 92-94, 117-119, 164-165, 267-269. Regin Schmidt: Red Scare. FBI and the origins of Anticommunism 33 in the United States, 1919-1943; e-book. 2004. ISBN 87 635 0012 4 Copyright © Museum Tusculanum Press Simultaneously with this propaganda campaign a number of more direct, union-breaking techniques were put to systematic use by the employers. Corporations compiled and exchanged blacklists of union members and “agitators” who were fired or refused employment.
The Inter-Racial Council, which was backed by some of the largest employers and some of the most influental organizations behind the open shop campaign, such as the National Founders Association and the American Constitutional Association, defended the immigrant worker from the charge that he was the chief instigator of unrest and Bolshevism. 49 45 Robert Caro, The Years of Lyndon Johnson. The Path to Power (New York (1982), 1983), 4648, 79-83. 46 Halberstam, 117; in general 107-121. 47 Frank Donner, Protectors of Privilege.
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America Knits by Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels