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Title Not your father's union movement : inside the AFL-CIO / edited by Jo-Ann Mort
Imprint London : Verso, 1998
book jacket
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  331 N843 1998    AVAILABLE    30500101264268
Descript xii, 237 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 23 cm
Note A second chance: the new AFL-CIO and the prospective revival of American labor / Harold Meyerson -- When we try more, we win more: organizing the new workforce / Richard Bensinger -- Finding a voice: the AFL-CIO communicates / Jo-Ann Mort -- Women in labor: always the bridesmaid? / Karen Nussbaum -- Working women's view of the economy, unions, and public policy / Peter D. Hart Research Associates -- Back to the forefront: union organizing of immigrant workers in the nineties / Hector Figueroa -- Building to win, building to last: the AFL-CIO political program / Steve Rosenthal --Informing and empowering American workers: ten rules form union political action / Geoffrey Garin & Guy Molyneux -- Two for the year 2000 / Kelly Candaele -- Public policy and the two-thirds majority / Marc Baldwin -- A new internationalism: advancing workers' rights in the global economy / Barbara Shailor -- The road to union city: building the American labor movement city by city / Amy B. Dean -- The "America needs a raise" campaign: the new labor movement and the politics of living standards / David Kusnet -- Part-time America won't work: the teamsters' fight for good jobs at UPS / Matt Witt and Rand Wilson -- Fast track derailed / David Glenn -- Labor's capital strategies / David Moberg -- On the front lines: the labor movement around the country / Noel Beasley -- Interview with John J. Sweeney / Juan Gonzalez
Subject American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
Syndicalisme -- États-Unis
Mouvement ouvrier -- États-Unis -- Histoire
Femmes dans les syndicats -- États-Unis -- Histoire
Femmes dans le mouvement ouvrier -- États-Unis -- Histoire
Alt Author Mort, Jo-Ann
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