The Sex of Class: Women Transforming American Labor
Cobble, Dorothy Sue
[Excerpt] This book too is about class. It details the rise of class inequalities in the United States, and it offer portraits of the new labor movements that are arising in response. But is also about the sex of class. It is about the feminization of work and workers and the continued reluctance of those who study class and who rally on behalf of ameliorating class injustice to take sufficient notice of this fundamental revolution.
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Women; labor; movement; United States; union; member; employment; class; work; feminization