New unionism in the 1990s

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1997 Number 6

New unionism in the 1990s
John Healey, Frances O'Grady, pages -

Abstract

US unions are being boosted by an injection of new young energy. Could it happen here? The TUC wants to shed the image of unions as exclusive institutions for the middle-aged male.

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John Healey, Frances O'Grady (1997) New unionism in the 1990s, Soundings, 1997(6), -

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