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A Story of Class, Solidarity, and Two Women's Epic Fight to Build a Union

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“It is hard to imagine a more humanizing portrait of the American labor movement. Rendered with lyric, incandescent prose, On the Line is both deeply personal and profoundly political, with an acute sense for the ebb and flow of history. With this remarkable debut, Pitkin has given us a riveting and intimate meditation on power, class consciousness, and the true meaning of solidarity.”

Francisco Cantú, New York Times bestselling author of The Line Becomes a River

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“I started reading and couldn’t stop. In an age of unchecked corporate power, On the Line is a timely and lyrical story of resistance, a behind-the-scenes portrait of labor organizing with all its hope and heartache. Candid, clear-eyed and utterly engrossing, Pitkin’s writing couldn’t come at a better—or more necessary—time.”

Jessica Bruder, New York Times bestselling author of Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century

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“In this stirring debut, Daisy Pitkin deftly renders the intimate work of union organizing, demystifying the process as she takes care to ensure the focus remains on the workers themselves. Ultimately, On the Line is a ringing endorsement for the power of a union, and an essential read for anyone who's ever been inspired to fight for a better world.”

Kim Kelly, labor journalist and author of Fight Like Hell: The Untold History of American Labor

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“Brilliant, evocative. Pitkin’s journey through the trenches of the American class war is at once personal and universal, devastating and hopeful, raw and elegant. I am grateful that she chose to share it with us. I am awed that she wrote it so beautifully.”

David Hill, author of The Vapors and VP, National Writers Union

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