Power!: Black Workers, Their Unions and the Struggle for Freedom in South Africa
Based on research and interviews with workers and union leaders in South Africa, this book examines and analyses the the history of the black working class struggle, its achievements, its internal differences, its politics and international links.
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The history of black workers and their
the growth of unions
Organisation and structure
Women workers assert their rights
Black unions and the search for unity
The General Workers Union on the United
The United Democratic Front on the unions
Making contact with black unions in South Africa
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