Grounded in archival research and oral history, Militant Minority provides a valuable case study of one of the most organized and independent working classes in North America, during a period of ideological tension and unprecedented material advance.
In much of Africa, people look to trade unions for leadership, especially at times of economic downturn. This volume examines the political role of trade unions in seven African countries and the various ways in which they seek to influence political parties and the state.
Income inequality has risen rapidly over the past three decades. In Canada it is now at its highest level since... Læs mere
In February 1919, 110 local unions shut down the entire city. Shut it down and took it over, rendering the authorities helpless. For five days,... Læs mere
A key organizing tool for casualized university faculty from longtime movement activists
David Walsh examines the historically insular unions in the airline industry, where the need for cooperation has been heightened in the era since deregulation. Guided by organizational theory, he analyzes extensive data on pairs of unions, coalitions...
Examines the possibilities and obstacles to transnational solidarity in a period of global restructuring. This... Læs mere
"CyberUnion", presented a bold plan for unions to adopt four strategic aids - futuristics, innovations, services... Læs mere
The authors recount the events of the period following the succession to power of the Solidarity-led government, examining the course taken by the new government and the significance of this for transition in Poland and elsewhere.
This volume offers a rich analysis of the situation in... Læs mere