Farewell To The Factory

Author: Ruth Milkman
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520918344
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One of the leading social historians of the auto industry, Ruth Milkman moves between changes in the wider industry and those in the Linden plant, bringing both a workers' perspective and a historical perspective to the study.


Author: Beatriz Curry
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475911726
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biggest news in the factory in years. Not only was it unusual for a manager to ... It
was a sad and quiet farewell at the factory. Friends said goodbye one Friday ...

Farewell To The Working Class

Author: André Gorz
Publisher: Pluto Press
ISBN: 9780861043644
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André Gorz argues that changes in the role of the work and labour process in the closing decades of the twentieth century have, once and for all, weakened the power of skilled industrial workers.

Unions In America

Author: Gary Chaison
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1452239479
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Farewell to the factory: Auto workers in the late twentieth century. Berkeley:
University of California Press, 1997. An intensive study of the closing of a
unionized automobile factory, including discussions of the nature of auto work,
the role of the ...

The Foster Factory

Author: David Learmont
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1785381121
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Farewell. All good things don't come to an end, they simply change location. It
was time for Cuthbert and Perdita to be leaving us. We weren't longterm carers,
and at our age never could be. Neither were we looking to adopt, for the same ...

Workers In America

Author: Robert E. Weir
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 159884718X
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Suggested Reading Ruth Milkman, Farewell to the Factory: Autoworkers in the
Late 20th Century, 1997; David Moberg, "No More Junk: Lordstown Workers and
the Demand for Quality,” Critical Sociology, 8 (October 1978), 63-69; Ken Weller,

Business The Magazine For Office Store And Factory

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... a retrospect of the passing year. A neighboring clock slowly and solemnly
tolled the hour of eleven. The strokes seemed to say, "Vale, Vale — Farewell,
farewell," and sent his mind back to the beginning of the year when he had said
farewell ...