Divided We Fall: The Story of the Paperworkers' Union and the Future of Labor
by Peter Kellman
AVAILABILITY: Readily Available
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Apex Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Topics: STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS; LABOR AND LABORING CLASSES - HISTORY
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Review(s): "An unflinching picture of workers fighting against overwhelming odds for justice in the workplace. As Peter Kellman tells it in these pages, workers even have to fight to keep the knowledge of their own struggles alive. This book is a milestone in preserving and sharing that knowledge." - Howard Zinn, author of 'A People's History of the United States'
"The story of the Paperworkers' Union with all of its ups and downs set forth in this book provides the backdrop for Peter Kellman to pose the question: 'What is it about organized labor that keeps workers from building a working class movement?' His answer is uncompromisingly honest and will not please many pro-labor people, but tells us what we must do if we are ever to build a truly democratic society." - Ray Rogers, founder of Corporate Campaign Inc.