Peter Friedlander documents the formation of a local United
Automobile Workers union at a mid-sized parts factory during the
turbulent 1930s. Blending oral history based on personal interviews
with a keen analysis of the worker's class structure and widely
varied cultural backgrounds, Freidlander describes the
transformation of a working-class community by its own actions and
the ensuing stratification and factionalizing within that union.
The result is a firsthand account of the experience of unionization
in personal and social terms.
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