John T. Dunlop
John T. Dunlop, one of the founding fathers of the HTUP, taught in the HTUP beyond his retirement from Harvard in 1984 until his death in 2003.
A Short History of the Harvard Trade Union Program

The Labor Education “Experiment”
During the founding era of the Harvard Trade Union Program, it was commonly called "an experiment." For much of the early twentieth century, workers' educational movements had themselves greeted the idea of study at elite universities with skepticism and sometimes derision. 

Download: Short History of the Harvard Trade Union Program 1942-2017



See also: HTUP

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