Subterranean fire : a history of working-class radicalism in the United States

by Sharon Smith

Paper Book, 2006

Description

In 2005, the nuber of workers organised in unions reached a 100-year low in both the public and private sectors in the US, even though more and more people would like the protection of a union and real wages for most people have stagnated or declined since the early 1970s. Sharon Smith shows how a return to the fighting traditions of US labour history, with their emphasis on rank-and-file strategies for change, can turn around the labour movement.

Status

Available

Call number

303.48/4

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Publication

Chicago, IL : Haymarket Books, 2006.

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ISBN

193185923X / 9781931859233

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