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Paul Mishler is Associate Professor of Labor Studies. He has worked in college-level Labor Education since 1990, teaching previously at the State University of New York and the University of Massachusetts. As a historian Paul Mishler has written on both the history of radicalism in the United States, and on issues facing the labor movement historically and today. Among his publications are the book Raising Reds (Columbia U. Press, 1999) and articles such as “U.S. Trade Unions and the Crisis in Values” in the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy, “Labor, Teachers Unions, and Social Justice: Restoring the Promise of Public Schools” for the Ohio Education Association, and “The Carpenter in the Union Hall: Teaching Labor and Religion” in the Labor Studies Journal. He teaches courses on US Labor History, Labor and Society, and Labor and Religion.