Kim Phillips-Fein Audio Books

Kim Phillips-Fein Audio Books

Kimberly Phillips-Fein is a historian of twentieth-century American politics. She teaches courses in American political, business, and labor history at the Gallatin School of New York University. She has contributed to essay collections published by Harvard University Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, and Routledge. She has written widely for publications including the Nation, London Review of Books, and New Labor Forum.

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