Immigration's Collision with Labor in the Legal Arena: How the Legal System Failed Labor Leader Harry Bridges and Why It Matters Today Labor Law... read more →
Harry Bridges, the founding and long serving president of the West Coast and Hawaii-based International Longshore and Warehouse Union, was one of the most polarizing figures of mid-twentieth century American... read more →
Erwin Chemerinsky, who the National Jurist Magazine has hailed as the most influential person in legal education in the United States, called the book “masterful” and a must read.
Through painstaking research, Peter Afrasiabi has unearthed never-before-revealed documents to shed new light on a dark chapter of American jurisprudence: the persecution of Harry Bridges, an Australian immigrant who became one... read more →
Peter Afrasiabi’s Burning Bridges could not have come at a better time. Drawing on newly available first-hand sources, Afrasiabi documents how the government relentlessly pursued Harry Bridges for decades simply... read more →