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SUCCESS IN ORGANIZING, FAILURE IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING: THE CASE OF PICKLE WORKERS IN WISCONSIN, 1967-68

@inproceedings{Rosenbaum1991SUCCESSIO,
  title={SUCCESS IN ORGANIZING, FAILURE IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING: THE CASE OF PICKLE WORKERS IN WISCONSIN, 1967-68},
  author={Rene P Rosenbaum},
  year={1991}
}
Wisconsin is one of several states in the Great Lakes region specializing in a variety of cash crops that historically require great influxes of migratory labor for brief periods of cultivation, harvesting, and processing. Successful organizing of migrant pickle workers by Jesus Salas in 1967 led to the certification of his union, Obreros Unidos United Workers, as the workers exclusive bargaining representative. Despite the successful organizing efforts however, the end result of the collective… 

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CHAPTER 6 – AGRICULTURE