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Richard Greenwald

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Richard Greenwald is a professor of history and dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Previously, he served as professor and dean at St. Joseph's College and Drew University. His most works include Labor Rising: The Past and Future of American Workers (2012), The Triangle Fire, the Protocols of Peace and Industrial Democracy in Progressive Era New York (2005), Sweatshop USA: The American Sweatshop in Historical and Global Perspective ( 2003), and Exploring America's Past: essays in Social and Cultural History (1996). His current brook projects include: The Death of 9-5: Permanent Freelancers, Empty Offices and the New Way America Works (Bloomsbury books) and Woven Together for Justice (The New Press).

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