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By Brandon Weber

This booklet tells the tales of standard those that resisted oppression and exploitation all through usa heritage. Weber's brief essays trap the little recognized moments of fight whilst employees and veterans equipped pursuits of desire within the darkest of instances. utilizing evocative imagery, archival photos and descriptive textual content Weber brings hard work background to life.

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