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George Meany and the Wayward
The strongest tradition in American trade unionism has probably been that of autonomy—the right of individual unions to manage their own internal affairs without interference from the parent
Book Review: Labor Organizations: Social Stratification and Trade Unionism
is presented as if the relationship of black workers and organized labor took place in a historical vacuum. In evaluating a -union's activity or lack of activity in regard to the elimination of