Brentshes in Suthern Kalifornie, 12; Laslett and Tyler, The ILGWU
in Los Angeles, 15.
Shifting the focus to unions' national headquarters, another chapter discusses the ILGWU
's and ACWA's campaigns to promote the union label and ACWA's national boycott of Farah slacks during a 22-month strike for union recognition by Mexican-American women employed at its plant in El Paso, Texas.
More militant unions such as the IUNTW were directed to dissolve and work with traditional unions such as the ILGWU
(Sponsored by the WTUL and the ILGWU
, the International Congress of Working Women endorsed the ILO despite hostility from the Wilson administration.) McKillen discusses the Pan-African Congress in the context of (unheeded) colonial demands at Versailles.
Through him I discovered that the ILGWU
's pension fund was the largest pool of capital managed by Chase Manhattan.
Examining the activities of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU
) in the first half of the 20th century, Katz (history, State U.
Spyridon Greek Orthodox Cathedral, the Ladies Philoptochos Society and the ILGWU
After 1935, however, the more bureaucratically organized International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU
) took command of labour organization, steered workers away from radicalism, and pacified female activism.
In 1953, the Puerto Rican Department of Labor, in conjunction with the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU
), took steps to shut down that employment agency.
Essay 3, "Plays from the ILGWU
: In Union There Is Strength and Pins and Needles (231-36), precedes In Union There Is Strength, by Irwin Swerdlow and Fannia Cohn (237-48) and Pins and Needles, by Harold Rome, et.