Immigrants, Unions and the New U.S. Labor Market



by Immanuel Ness.

This book explores workplace organizing by immigrant workers in New York City, ignored by many unions, excluded from labor law’s limited protections, with nothing to rely upon except their solidarity and collective action.

230 pp., paper, published at $23.95


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