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Cultures of Solidarity: Consciousness, Action, and Contemporary American Workers Paperback – August 18, 1988

ISBN-13: 978-0520067950 ISBN-10: 0520067959

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"Fantasia has produced an admirable book. It is beautifully written and balanced in its analysis, and carefully interweaves theory and data. It will appeal to both specialists and nonspecialists interested in the working class." -- David Halle, Contemporary Sociology

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"I would rate this book near the top of whatever scales measure importance. Good, strong, first-rate, unusually worthy, original—these are the adjectives that come to my mind."—Kai Erikson, Yale University

"This is a powerful and important book. It will challenge and educate specialists in the areas of the sociology and history of unions and social movements and the sociology of organizations."—Michael Schwartz, SUNY, Stony Brook

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