"In my own life-time I have seen how the labor movement
lifted millions of working people into the middle class; how it won the minimum wage, the paid vacation, health coverage, and pension plans, and how it widened the circle of human dignity beyond skilled craft workers to ...
Let all thoughtful citizens sustain them, for the future of Labor is the future of America." After reading A New Labor Movement
for the New Century, one might hypothesize that the late Mr.
As a result, some union activists and officials have joined academics who write and consult on workplace issues in a wide-ranging dialogue about what must be done to revive the labor movement
. One byproduct of this exchange is a minor book-publishing boom.
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, which I work for, last year accepted a donation from Nike, whose labor practices are under attack from the labor movement
that NGLTF courts.
In January 1930, a nationwide workers' conference brought together the strands in the Palestinian Arab labor movement
as it then existed.
NEW YORK CITY--The dancers and stagehands of American Ballet Theatre (ABT) have made a daring move that is sure to be recorded in the annals of the labor movement
in the United States of America.
It is difficult to challenge the claim that the German labor movement
has benefited far more from its participatory stance than the U.S.
A Canadian bank executive says NAFTA will not result in a loss of jobs, and that the labor movement
's fears are not justified: "We need to educate the labor movement
that NAFTA is not a threat to jobs in Canada or in the U.S., but rather it is an opportunity for growth," he says.
Over the past decade, American historians working in japanese sources have deepened our understanding of the history of japan's labor movement
. Sheldon Garon and Andrew Gordon have prepared valuable overviews of the evolution of government-labor relations and labor-management relations in that country, while Michael Cusumano, Mark Fruin, William Wray, and other scholars have dealt with the development of labor relations in their histories of individual companies.
That privileged position is now occupied by the labor movement
, and business is not certain what is being whispered into which ears.
Phil Comstock is bullish on America's labor movement
. Discounting pessimism of some economists and veteran labor observers, Comstock, executive director of the Wilson Center for the Public Interest, a key source of union polltaking, interprets interviews with 60,000 non-union workers over the past several years as boding well for a renaissance within labor's ranks.