In 1973, author Jeremy Brecher spent a summer with truck driver and union activist Tim Costello interviewing young American workers about the historical forces that shaped their lives. This book, published in 1976, was the result.
Common sense for hard times
Conflict and repression in an Argentinean car factory: a cycle of resistance from a worker’s perspective
Maurizio Atzeni presents a worker’s account of two factory occupations in Argentina during the mid-1990s. This reconstruction, rather than focusing on the role of specific agents, allows an unveiling of the dynamics through which the clash between the employer’s drive for profitability and workers’ interests in defence of their salaries developed.
Hi there, The first part of
The first part of the book doesn't appear to be there. The first PDF file only has the cover page.
This looks excellent though! I've not heard of this book until now.
Malcy wrote: Hi there, The
Thanks, now fixed