Norman Markowitz

Norman Markowitz is an Associate Professor of History at Rutgers University in New Jersey. His work is in twentieth-century U.S. political history. Markowitz writes and teaches from a Marxist perspective, and has written in recent years many articles for the History News Service, the History News Network, the journal Political Affairs, and various Encyclopedias, including the Encyclopedia of American National Biography, and the Encyclopedia of Social Movements on a variety of topics, including biographical entries on Jimmy Hoffa, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the Civil Rights movement, 1930-1953, and Poor Peoples Movements in American History.


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