Rebel rank and file : labor militancy and revolt from below during the long 1970s
- edited by Aaron Brenner, Robert Brenner, and Cal Winslow.
- London ; New York : Verso, 2010.
- Physical description
- xxii, 408 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Overview : the rebellion from below, 1965-81 / Cal Winslow
- The political economy of the rank-and-file rebellion / Robert Brenner
- Conflict, change, and economic policy in the long 1970s / Judy Stein
- Understanding the rank-and-file rebellion in the long 1970s / Kim Moody
- The United Farm Workers from the ground up / Frank Bardacke
- Rank-and-file movements in the United Mine Workers of America, early 1960s - early 1980s / Paul J. Nyden
- The tumultuous teamsters of the 1970s / Dan La Botz
- Militancy in many forms : teachers strikes and urban insurrection, 1967-74 / Marjorie Murphy
- Rank-and-file struggles at the telephone company / Aaron Brenner
- Rank-and-file opposition in the UAW during the long 1970s / A.C. Jones
- American Petrograd : Detroit and the lague of revolutionary black workers / Kieran Taylor
- "A spontaneous loss of enthusiasm" : workplace feminism and the transformation of women's service jobs in the 1970s / Dorothy Sue Cobble
- The enduring legacy and contemporary relevance of labor insurgency in the 1970s / Steve Early.
Often considered irredeemably conservative, the US working class actually has a rich history of revolt and "Rebel Rank and File" uncovers the hidden story of insurgency from below against employers and union bureaucrats in the late 1960s and 1970s.
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- Publication date
- 9781844671731 (hbk.)
- 1844671739 (hbk.)
- 9781844671748 (pbk.)
- 1844671747 (pbk.)
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