Teamster Series: Lessons from the labor battles of The 1930s

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The 1934 truck driver strikes that built the industrial union movement in Minneapolis and helped pave the way for the CIO, recounted in four volumes by a central leader of that battle.

Teamster Rebellion
First in the 4-volume set. Traces the development of the class-struggle leadership of the strikes and organizing drives that transformed the Teamsters union in much of the ...

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Overview

The 1934 truck driver strikes that built the industrial union movement in Minneapolis and helped pave the way for the CIO, recounted in four volumes by a central leader of that battle.

Teamster Rebellion
First in the 4-volume set. Traces the development of the class-struggle leadership of the strikes and organizing drives that transformed the Teamsters union in much of the Midwest into a fighting social movement and pointed the road toward independent labor political action. Also available in Spanish.

Teamster Power
Second in the 4-volume set. Describes the growth and consolidation of the Teamsters union in Minneapolis and its class-struggle leadership, and the 11-state over-the-road organizing campaign that brought union power for the first time to much of the Midwest. Also available in Spanish.

Teamster Politics

Third in the 4-volume set. Tells how rank-and-file Teamsters led the fight against antiunion frame-ups and assaults by fascist goons; the battle for jobs for all; and efforts to advance independent labor political action.

Teamster Bureaucracy
Last volume in the 4-volume set. Explains how the rank-and-file Teamsters leadership organized to oppose World War II, racism, and government efforts-backed by the international officialdom of the AFL, the CIO, and the Teamsters-to gag class-struggle-minded workers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604880076
  • Publisher: Pathfinder Press GA
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Series: The Teamster Series
  • Pages: 1370

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