By Carl Bernstein
Drawing from enormous quantities of interviews with colleagues, acquaintances and with certain entry to crusade documents, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and writer Carl Bernstein deals a fancy and nuanced portrait of 1 of the main debatable figures of our time: Hillary Clinton. He has given us a e-book that permits us, ultimately, to deal with the questions americans are insistently--even obsessively--asking: what's her personality? what's her political philosophy? who's she? What do we count on from her?
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To overcome the legal Symbolic Leverage Strengthen the associational power of workers with weak structural power and contested labor rights Public Dramas Classification Struggles • Struggle to redefine what it means to be a “worker” and “employer” • Waged by workers denied collective labor rights due to structurally ambiguous employeremployee relationships • Visible and dramatic struggles waged in the public arena • Aimed at restoring dignity of and justice for socially devalued and economically marginalized workers FIGURE 1.
8 CHAPTER ONE but also for service workers. While the age of industrialization strengthened the muscle of the mass strike and the powerful trade unions that carried them out, the transition to service-based economies in a rapidly globalizing economy is shifting the basis of worker power to historically unorganized and disadvantaged workers employed in low-paid, insecure service jobs. For national labor movements that historically built their base of power on more powerful segments of the workforce in manufacturing, construction, and transportation, this means figuring out how to rebuild the basis of worker power from a position of relative weakness as opposed to relative strength.
In response to skyrocketing inflation, layoffs, and wage cuts, 175,000 General Motors (GM) auto workers waged a 113-day walkout in 1945, which was followed by a strike of 175,000 steelworks in 1946. By the end of 1946, hundreds of thousands of rubber, meatpacking, oil-refining, and electrical appliance workers had joined the nationwide wave of strikes, “making 1946 the single most strike-torn year in American history” (Zieger 1995, 104). 8 million days of production (Brody 1993, 158). According to labor intellectual, J.
A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton by Carl Bernstein