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West Virginia Teachers and the Return of Labor Feminism


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West Virginia Teachers and the Return of Labor Feminism

Rachel Johnson

Since the 2016 election, Americans have been treated to all varieties of media profiles and literary-safari trips to the heart of coal country—like J.D. Vance’s book Hillbilly Elegy—which leave the impression that the “working class” is largely an undifferentiated mass of reactionary white men.


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Thank you teachers, besides everything you do in the classroom to educate our children, you have taught a lesson to the working class through-out this country. Good luck.


#3

Whereas there is no denying the demographic numbers and some of the efficacy of the movements cited, I find very little in this article of value.