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[Excerpt] This volume came about because their friends and work mates in labor education wanted to do something to pay their respects to two giants in their field—Brendan Sexton and Larry Rogin, who died within a few weeks of each other in the Fall of 1987. Although impressive memorial services were held for Brendan in New York City and for Larry in Washington, D.C. at the AFL-CIO Building, we felt that they should be remembered to a wider audience. Hence, this volume.


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Allen, R., & Gray, L. (1991). Larry Rogin and Brendan Sexton: Labor educators [Electronic version]. Labor Studies Journal, 16(1), 3-9.

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