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Hegemony and the U.S. Working Class

Castillo Fernández, Dídimo

Latin American Perspectives, March 2011, Vol.38(2), pp.71-85 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Hegemony and the U.S. Working Class
  • Autor: Castillo Fernández, Dídimo
  • Assuntos: Neoliberalism ; Economic Restructuring ; Working Class ; Unions ; United States ; Social Sciences (General) ; History & Archaeology ; Political Science
  • É parte de: Latin American Perspectives, March 2011, Vol.38(2), pp.71-85
  • Descrição: The labor movement in the United States entered into crisis in the mid-1970s as the economy moved from a manufacturing to a service base. The decline of the manufacturing sector has led to a significant reduction in union participation and living standards from their peak in the 1960s to their current low point. The current economic crisis may produce changes in union structures. The future of the U.S. labor movement depends on its capacity to recruit new members, particularly among the women, young people, and ethnic groups that have recently entered the labor market.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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