“However grim the present may seem for workers and the labor movement, their future—as the last half-century testifies—remains open. As has happened several times in the past, a revitalized labor movement may yet emerge in the course of the twenty-first century.”
It would have been a big help in entering the work world, if I had had the sense to listen to it then.
Recommending this book for anyone interested in understanding the evolution of relationships between workers and employers seems to be the only logical thing to do.
I'll be using this text in my 200-level labor history class next fall, and the students will be well served.
I'll be using this text in my 200-level labor history class next fall, and the students will be well served. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert Harris
I bought this Labor in America: A History book for one of my classes at the National Labor College. This book is filled with great labor information.Published 15 months ago by Alan D. Opra