The Many and Few: A CHRONICLE OF THE DYNAMIC AUTO WORKERS
by Henry Kraus
University of Illinois Press, 1985
Paper: 978-0-252-01199-3
Library of Congress Classification HD5325.A82 1937.F5 1985
Dewey Decimal Classification 331.89282920973

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The Many and the Few recounts the dramatic "inside" story of one of the pivotal strikes in American history. For six weeks in 1937, workers at General Motors' Flint, Michigan, plant refused to budge from their sit-down strike. That action changed the course of industrial and labor history, when General Motors finally agreed to recognize the United Auto Workers as the sole bargaining agent in all GM plants. Through it all, UAW activist Henry Kraus was there.
 

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