Arthur J. Miller's essays, stories really, are firsthand accounts of a working person's life, in his own words, uncensored and unapologetic. For Arthur, expressing his thoughts in print is a form of direct action, an attempt to reclaim a piece of the history and culture of working people, so often presented by so-called authorities on labour. These stories will resonate with readers who will find currents of their own experiences.
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