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by Daniel J. Opler

Category: Americas
Subcategory: History books
Author: Daniel J. Opler
ISBN: 0814291414
ISBN13: 978-0814291412
Language: English
Publisher: Ohio State University Press; 1 edition (July 8, 2007)
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For All White-Collar Workers: The Possibilities of Radicalism in New York City's Department Store Unions, 1934-1953 by Daniel J. Opler

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In For All White-Collar Workers: The Possibilities of Radicalism in New York City's Department Store Unions, 1934-1953, Daniel Opler examines early efforts to unionize workers in department and retail stores. Beginning with the origins of the modern labor movement in the mid-1930s, Opler argues that Communist labor organizers created vibrant and powerful unions in New York City's department stores, only to see those unions - and the CIO's powerful retail workers' union - destroyed during the McCarthy er. -Jacket.

For All White-Collar Workers: The Possibilities of Radicalism in New York City’s Department Store Unions, 1934-53, Ohio State University Press, 2007

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In recent decades the American labor movement has fallen on hard times, in part due to its long reliance on blue-collar workers for its membership despite the growing importance of retail and service jobs. In For All White-Collar Workers: The Possibilities of Radicalism in New York City's Department Store Unions, 1934-1953, Daniel Opler examines early efforts to unionize workers in department and retail stores. Beginning with the origins of the modern labor movement in the mid-1930s, Opler argues that Communist labor organizers created vibrant and powerful unions in New York City's department stores, only to see those unions - and the CIO's powerful retail workers' union - destroyed during the McCarthy era.
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