Trade Unions in America by William Z. Foster, James P. Cannon, and Earl R. Browder. Little Red Library No. 1. Daily Worker Publishing, 1925.
A classic Communist Party Trade Union Educational League text by three historic leaders, comrades, and fierce rivals, of US Communism. By 1925, the three together had an enormous amount of experience, and talent, as leaders of the workers’ movement.
Contents: The American Trade Unions by Foster) Membership of Unions, Composition of the Working Class, Structure of Unions, Miscellaneous Features, Origin and Structure of the TUEL by Cannon) Structure of the TUEL, What the Left Has Accomplished by Browder) Economic Conditions of the Period, Officials Betrayed the Labor Movement, The Rise of the Left-Wing Movement, The Sweep of Amalgamation, The Railroad Amalgamation Movement, The Labor Party Campaign, The Bureaucrats Resort to Expulsions, The Progressive Miners, Trade Union Elections, The Red International of Labor Unions, The Pan-American Left Wing. 36 pages.
The Little Red Library was a series of eleven pamphlets published by the Workers (Communist) Party of America in the mid-1920s by the Daily Worker Publishing Company in Chicago.
For a PDF of the full volume: https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/lrlibrary/01-LRL-tu.pdf