By Gregg Shotwell,Jerry Tucker,Lee Sustar
Workers' rights are usually not outlined by way of legislation or agreement. staff' rights are outlined by means of struggle.
Gregg Shotwell’s Live Bait & Ammo e-newsletter chronicled the outrages and absurdities of company managers, uncovered union leaders who acted in partnership” with employers, and sounded the alarm concerning the devastating results of car task losses and union concessions. LB&A fliers grew legs in their personal, dispensed through rank-and-file employees in automobile crops around the usa and pointed out by way of analysts. This assortment spans a decade of autoworker resistanceand it’s a choice to motion for a brand new new release of employees coming of age in recession-wracked America.
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Autoworkers Under the Gun: A Shop-Floor View of the End of the American Dream by Gregg Shotwell,Jerry Tucker,Lee Sustar