David Jepsen, Author, History Professor, Film Maker, Retired Reporter, June 25, 2019



David Jepsen, Author, History Professor, Film Maker, Retired Reporter
June 25, 2019

Interview by Mike Dumovich: David discusses his new history book called Contested Boundaries.

For more information or to buy the book or film, go to https://www.wiley.com/en-us or http://laborwarsnw.com/ or https://www.ebay.com/itm/Labor-Wars-of-the-Northwest-Feature-Film-Documentary or https://www.pickfordfilmcenter.org/.

We Do The Work Comments:

>  Labor Secretary Ocosta is doing a number on Labor.

>  Mourn Not the Dead Poem by Ralph Chaplin, recited by Mike Dumovich

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