Part I. Vision: 1. Solidarity; 2. Cooperatives; 3. Labor Capitalism; Part II. Revision: 4. Counterattack; 5. Boycotts; 6. Depression; 7. Accommodations; Part III. Contraction: 8. Harmony; 9. Label Unionism; Conclusion; Index.
Purchasing Power: Consumer Organizing, Gender, and the Seattle Labor Movement, 1919-1929by Dana Frank
Pub. Date: 02/25/1994
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Analyzing consumer organizing tactics and the decline of the Seattle movement as a case study of the U.S. labor movement, this work traces its transformation after the famous Seattle General Strike of 1919, paying special attention to the gender dynamics of labor's consumer campaigns.
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