Working the Waterfront: The Ups and Downs of a Rebel Longshoreman
University of Texas Press, 1. 1. 1988 - Počet stran: 274
The author looks back on his forty-two year career as a Texas longshoreman, discusses the history of the union and shares his thoughts on union reform.
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THE DOCKS OF CORPUS CHRISTI 1929
SI BORISON AND UNION POLITICS
THE GREAT LONGSHOREMENS STRIKE 1935
DISSENTERS ORGANIZE THE MARITIME FEDERATION OF THE GULF COAST
TURMOIL AMONG THE SEAMEN
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