Thursday, February 19, 2009

Radical Vision for Today's Labor Movement

Working families need a decent wage, but they also need the promise of a better world. For as long as we’ve had unions, workers have shown they’ll struggle for the future of their children and their communities, even when their own future seems in doubt. But it takes a radical social vision to inspire that wave of commitment, idealism, and activity.


"A Radical Vision for Today's Labor Movement: The Importance of Internationalism and Civil Rights." by David Bacon in Monthly Review.Feb. 2009: 29-35.

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