Union Organizing Among Professional Women Workers

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"Women in professional and technical occupations fill a unique niche in the US workforce and the US labor movement. For, while the image of an elementary or secondary school teacher is not likely one that would come to mind as the most typical example of either a worker, a professional, or a union member, it actually would be one of the better answers one could give."
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Paper presented at the DPE Conference on Organizing Professionals in the 21st Century, Crystal City, Virginia.
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2005-03-01
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women; union; organization; AFL-CIO
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