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Globalization, Participation, and the Renewal of the Labor Movement

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In dangerous times, in a post-Cold War political landscape in which a settled "New World Order" has yet to emerge, continuing globalization brings enormous challenges. For labor unions, the pressures are intense and have been well documented and analyzed. Yet globalization also brings new opportunities for enhanced participation, alliance-building, and labor movement renewal. Viewing the global economy as an opportunity as well as a threat, some unions are crafting innovative strategies to ride the new currents toward modernization, mobilization, and expanded economic and political influence.

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2004-01-01

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labor movement; globalization; modernization; mobilization; labor unions; participation

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Required Publisher Statement: © Lyndon B. Johnson School for Public Affairs. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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