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Working-Class Hollywood:
Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America
Steven J. Ross

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ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

"Steven J. Ross spent a decade laboring on Working-Class Hollywood, and it shows on every page. It is a phenomenally well-researched study . . . And yet is highly readable, without a hint of droning pedantry."--Ben Singer, Modernism/Modernity

"Steven J. Ross has an important story to tell, and he tells it with great passion and conviction."--Peter Kråmer, Labour History Review

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"Steve Ross has written an absorbing and important book about a time when working-class life and working-class filmmakers occupied a central place in American cinema. I strongly recommend that anyone interested in the politics of American film read this book."--Michael Moore, Director of Roger and Me and TV Nation

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