Workers, Capital, and the State in British Columbia: Selected Papers
Rennie Warburton, David Coburn
University of British Columbia Press, 1988 - British Columbia - 288 pages
This collection of essays offers a comprehensive examination of theworking class experience in British Columbia and contains essentialbackground knowledge for an understanding of contemporary relationsbetween government, labour, and employees. It treats workers'relationship to the province's resource base, the economic role ofthe state, the structure of capitalism, the labour market and theinfluence of ethnicity and race on class relations.
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