Clara Day: A Teamster's Life
The 1960s, 70s, and 80s were decades of dramatic social change in the United States. Emerging from the shadow of three wars, Americans who had been prevented from doing so in the past, now pushed in unison for their share of the American Dream. The civil rights movement, closely followed by the women’s movement, would change the nation’s social fabric forever. Making change was not easy. It required the leadership of dynamic individuals to stoke its fires in both large and small ways. Clara Day, who started life as a farm girl in rural Alabama, came forward at this time as just such a leader.
- Publication Date
- May 13, 2015
- Biographies & Memoirs
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- By (author): International Brotherhood of Teamsters