Working People Desmond Morton

ISBN: 9780888790989

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357 pages


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Working People  by  Desmond Morton

Working People by Desmond Morton
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In this expanded and updated classic, Desmond Morton explores the history of the Canadian labour movement and brings the story to the present day with a discussion of globalization and its impact on workers. Working People examines the clash betweenMoreIn this expanded and updated classic, Desmond Morton explores the history of the Canadian labour movement and brings the story to the present day with a discussion of globalization and its impact on workers. Working People examines the clash between the idealists, who fought for such impossible dreams as the eight-hour day, paid holidays, industrial democracy, and equality for woman, and the realists, who wrestled with the human realities of self-interest, prejudice, and fear.

It focuses on workers - from 19th-century dock workers to teenage crews at McDonalds today - and documents their struggle for dignity and security in a constantly changing world.



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