The book contains an eye-witness account of some never-before-told labor history, from the CIO organizing campaigns and the landmark legislation that unions won in the turbulent 1930s through the 2005 conventions of the AFL-CIO and the Change to Win coalition. Kelber also analyzes what's right and what's wrong with today's labor movement--and what we can do about it.
Harry Kelber has served the labor movement for more than seven decades as a journalist, organizer, educator, pamphleteer, Internet columnist and tough fighter for union democracy and worker rights.
Harryıs book provides newcomers to the labor movement, as well as old-timers, with a wealth of information about new approaches for dealing with such major problems as organizing, political action and union democracy.
The 370-page book has 60 chapters, plus eight full pages of photos.
The price per copy is $25 (plus $3 for handling and shipping)
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