This book recounts the historic struggles of the American labor movement for safer workplaces, for a healthier environment, for corporate accountability, for equal rights for the majority who are women, and for civil rights for the minority who are not white.
Table of Contents
foreword -- Introduction -- on the threshold of the future -- mismanaging America’s economy: paper entrepreneurs and corporate cannibals -- America in the global economy -- beyond the warfare state -- science, technology, and the corporate state -- labor relations today: cooperation or a new class war? -- labor and politics -- American labor in the twenty-first century -- sources
William W. Winpisinger, John Logue