Union catalogue highlights books for the holidays

ANNAPOLIS, Md (PAI) – Puzzled by what to get relatives in last-minute holiday shopping? Annapolis-based Union Communication Services has some great new answers for you, in its new winter books – and other products – catalogue.

New titles in the free volume from the all-union shop include “A New New Deal: Regional Activism And The Labor Movement” in its gifts for activists and organizers and the “Keys To Healthy Computing,” which deals with carpal tunnel syndrome – a common job health and safety complaint among those who type at computer keyboards.

For kids, union-steward-turned-detective Lenny Moss gets pulled into a murky murder investigation in “Slim to None,” and the harrowing life of a Chinese factory girl is exposed in a diary named “Chicken Feathers And Garlic Skin.” Historians will glory in “There Is Power in a Union: The Epic Story Of Labor In America.”

The catalogue is available from UCS at 1-800-321-2545 or their website.

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Mark Gruenberg
Mark Gruenberg

Mark Gruenberg is head of the Washington, D.C., bureau of the People's World. He is also the editor of Press Associates Inc. (PAI), a union news service in Washington, D.C.   Gruenberg has been editor-in-chief of PAI since 1999. Previously, he worked as Washington correspondent for the Ottaway News Service, as Port Jervis bureau chief for the Middletown NY Times Herald Record, and as a researcher and writer for the Congressional Quarterly. Mark obtained his BA in public policy from the University of Chicago and worked as the University of Chicago correspondent for the Chicago Daily News.

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