Beyond Survival: Wage Labor in the Late Twentieth Century
Cyrus Bina, Laurie M. Clements, Chuck Davis
M.E. Sharpe, 1996 - Business & Economics - 261 pages
A collection of previously unpublished articles that provide a fresh and innovative approach to the dynamics of labor's decline, with proposals for policy initiatives that can revitalize labor. The book looks closely at the restructuring of capitalism in response to the corporate profitability issue and how class relations have been affected by this restructuring. Contributors include the editors, David C. Ranney, Norman Eiger, Michele I. Naples, David Fairris, Victor G. Devinatz, Philip Garrahan and Paul Stewart, Vernon Mogenson, Elaine Bernard and David Schultz.
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