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During the Twenties and Thirties
Labor Organizing in the Auto Industry
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antagonism auto industry Bailer black and white black auto workers black community black employees black leaders black miners black steel workers black workers Bonacich capitalist Cayton and Mitchell Chapter company unions competition conflict contributed craft union crucial Depression Detroit Dickerson 1986 divide and conquer economic effect effort employers ethnic factionalism factors Foner Ford historical Homer Martin important industrial unionism institutionalized inter-racial labor solidarity inter-racial organizing interests labor market theory legislation Lewis Meier and Rudwick NAACP National Negro Congress Negro NIRA Northrup Nyden operators organizing drives paternalistic Philip Murray political context Progress Publishers 1977 race racial inclusiveness racism rank and file rational choice theory recruitment Roosevelt Rouge skilled Skocpol social Spero and Harris split labor market steel industry strategy strike strikebreakers struggle SWOC U.S. Steel union leadership unionists United Auto Workers unskilled Wagner Act West Virginia white rank white workers Widick