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  1. Broken Promise
    The Wagner Act of 1935 (later the Wagner-Taft-Hartley Act of 1947) was intended to democratize vast numbers of American workplaces: the federal government was to encourage worker organization and the substitution of collective... Learn More
    Published: 14th July 2003
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  2. Their Day In The Sun
    The public perception of the making of the atomic bomb is yet an image of the dramatic efforts of a few brilliant male scientists. However, the Manhattan Project was not just the work of a few and it was not just in Los Alamos.... Learn More
    Published: 23rd May 2003
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  3. We Cant Eat Prestige
    This story explodes the popular belief that women white-collar workers tend to reject unionization and accept a passive role in the workplace. On the contrary, the women workers of Harvard University created a powerful and unique... Learn More
    Published: 9th August 2001
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  4. Their Day In The Sun

    Their Day In The Sun

    By Ruth Howes

    Series Labor And Social Change

    Temple University Press

    The public perception of the making of the atomic bomb is yet an image of the dramatic efforts of a few brilliant male scientists. However, the Manhattan Project was not just the work of a few and it was not just in Los Alamos.... Learn More
    Published: 22nd October 1999
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  5. One-Eyed Science
    After decades of research by the author and her colleagues into what women do in positions such as bank teller, secretary, waitress, nurse, factory worker, and poultry processor, Karen Messing is astonished to find that for many... Learn More
    Published: 14th April 1998
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  6. Underground Woman
    Take a wild ride through the New York City subway system with author Marian Swerdlow, one of the first women subway conductors. In the days when subway cars were canvas for graffiti murals and there were no toilets for women employees,... Learn More
    Published: 5th March 1998
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  7. We Cant Eat Prestige

    We Cant Eat Prestige

    By John Hoerr

    Series Labor And Social Change

    Temple University Press

    This story explodes the popular belief that women white-collar workers tend to reject unionization and accept a passive role in the workplace. On the contrary, the women workers of Harvard University created a powerful and unique... Learn More
    Published: 16th May 1997
    Hardback / £84.00
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  8. Black Corporate Executives
    Published: 14th November 1996
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  9. Kellogg's Six-Hour Day
    Published: 29th October 1996
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  10. Working In Service Society
    Published: 28th August 1996
    Paperback / £32.00
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  11. Business Of Practicing Law
    Published: 27th March 1996
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  12. Politics and the Class Divide
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  13. Union Inspiration Amer Politics
    Published: 29th June 1994
    Hardback / £73.00
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  14. Pedal to the Metal
    Published: 28th June 1994
    Paperback / £34.00
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  15. Organizing in Hard Times
    In 1990, Hartford, Connecticut, ranked as the eight poorest city in the country by the census; the real estate market was severely depressed; downtown insurance companies were laying off and the retail department stores were closing;... Learn More
    Published: 14th April 1994
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