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Book Reviews : The Practical Utopians : American Workers and the Cooperative Movement in the Gilded Age. By Steve Leiken. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2005. 233 pp. $44.95 hardback

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Book Reviews : The Practical Utopians : American Workers and the Cooperative Movement in the Gilded Age. By Steve Leiken. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2005. 233 pp. $44.95 hardback

Labor Studies Journal , Volume 31 (4): 2 – Jan 1, 2007

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dom to ban their recruitment of South African nurses. made his Mandela, case on Africa could ill afford to lose humanitarian because South grounds their nurses who were that in numbers leaving country increasing (Kingma uses the brain But the of Mandela’s came term, drain.) timing request shortly in after the of South Africa’s health downsizing sector, resulting significant for nurses. unemployment Nurses on the Move offers several national and international solu- policy tions that are in of labor in about the intricacies helpful thinking migration the health of sector, including strategies regulation, integration, recruitment, and retention as well as attention to labor and recommending strong rights issues of and conditions. pay working research and does not overwhelm the hu- Kingma’s thorough analysis of her all which cites of nurses from over the book, manity examples globe and tells their stories with and Nurses on the Move compassion intelligence. is readable and makes a valuable contribution to the literature on eminently and the of globalization profession nursing. Paul O’Connor John New York State Nurses Association The Practical American Workers and the Movement in the Utopians : Cooperative Gilded Steve Leiken. MI: State 2005. Age. By Detroit, Wayne University Press,

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Published: Jan 1, 2007

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