Fighting for Dignity

Fighting for Dignity

The Ginger Goodwin Story

Book - 2004
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Roger Stonebanks traces the life of charismatic labour leader Ginger Goodwin from his childhood in the Yorkshire Coalfields, through his mining career in Cape Breton and British Columbia, to his untimely and controversial death in the woods of Vancouver Island-killed trying to evade conscription during World War I. Stonebanks also explores the historical context that surrounded Goodwin's rise in BC's labour and socialist ranks.
Publisher: St. John's, [N.L.] : Canadian Committee on Labour History, c2004.
ISBN: 9781894000062
Branch Call Number: 331.8812 STO
Characteristics: 206 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Canadian Committee on Labour History


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