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eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
File size1 Mb
Release date 01.12.2010
Pages count320
Book rating5 (3 votes)
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Excellent anthology. Aaron Brenner's intro is very clear. Two interesting articles on the League of Revolutionary Black Workers. Articles by Kim Moody & Robert Brenner are quite good. As Aaron Brenner points out this mass strike wave & rebel insurgency had several limitations: Difficulty breaking out of the sectoralist pattern that had become so entrenched in the American labor movement since World War 2, and thus there were no general strikes and few sympathy strikes, unlike in previous periods of insurgency. Also, rebels in the unions tended to rely too much on a strategy of changing the unions by electing new leaders, which failed to see how the problem of American business unionism is a systemic, structural problem. And also the rank and file rebellion of that period was unable to make significant links to the "new social movements" of that period.

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