South End Press (1999), Edition: Stated First Edition, 246 pages
Balser examines the Working Women's Assc. of 1868, Union WAGE of the 1970s, and the Coalition of Labor Union Women to answer questions about organizing around gender and work issues.
246 p.; 5.3 inches
0896082776 / 9780896082779
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