“An important collection ... honest and thoughtful.”—World Wide Work
“This is an unusually high-quality effort, with an all-star cast of authors, which should attract wide interest.”—Nelson Lichtenstein, Professor of History at University of California Santa Barbara
“The chapters in this collection take the reader on a vivid journey through battlegrounds of the 1960s and 1970s where workers and employers clashed over the future of the US workplace.”—Steve Downs, Against The Current
“Bracing and often electrifying ... A primer and a call to arms for a radical rank-and-file politics.”—Michael Watts, Professor of Geography and Development Studies at UC Berkeley
“Extraordinary reflections.”—Mike Davis
“[A] spirited volume ... a call to arms to today’s workers and potential activists.”—K.B. Nutter, Choice
“Page after page of the remarkable militancy of rank-and-file workers.”—John Borsos, WorkingUSA
About the Author
Robert Brenner is Director of the Center for Social Theory and Comparative History at UCLA. He is the author of The Boom and the Bubble, Merchants and Revolution, The Economics of Global Turbulence and co-editor of Rebel Rank and File.
Cal Winslow is Director of the Mendocino Institute and Fellow in Environmental Politics, Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley, and co-editor of Rebel Rank and File.