Labor's Non-Partisan League
Please recommend any substantive histories (books or aritcles) of the Labor's Non-Partisan League, with a particular focus on their contestation of Democratic Primaries from 1936 to 1940. I am particularly interested in whether or not individuals, or just unions, were members of the LNPL? How did the LNPL go about determining it's endorsements? Did the LNPL recruit candidates for primaries? Did the LNPL endorse whomever won Democratic primaries, or did it abstain or run its own candidates in any circumstances?
Charles Post/Sociology Graduate Center-CUNY