The historical precedent to this week's GM United Auto Workers union strike.
SOURCE: The Activist History Review
by Jacob Remes
What might the labor movement still learn from the successes of the 1984-85 Yale strike of mostly-women clerical and technical workers?
SOURCE: NPR Codeswitch
50 years ago, studying the history and culture of any people who were not white and Western was considered radical.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Diana D'Amico
The forces that once led to the growth of suburban schools have led to the decay of their urban counterparts.
There were more than 1,000 such strikes involving more than 823,000 teachers from July 1960 to June 1974.
SOURCE: Corey Robin (blog)
by Corey Robin
Greg Grandin gives us a fascinating history of the phrase “to strike.”
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