Community of Suffering and Struggle

Community of Suffering and Struggle

Elizabeth Faue traces the transformation of the American labor movement from community forms of solidarity to bureaucratic unionism. Arguing that gender is central to understanding this shift, Faue explores women's involvement in labor and political organizations and the role of gender and family ideology in shaping unionism in the twentieth century. Her study of Minneapolis, the site of the important 1934 trucking strike, has broad implications for labor history… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (August 01, 2016)

Collection: Gender and American Culture

Page count: 324 pages

Language: English


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