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What Unions No Longer Do by Jake Rosenfeld (review)

What Unions No Longer Do by Jake Rosenfeld (review) 306 / labour /le travail 75 purchasing property. It is a curious juxtaposition of the deep bonds forged to a place while coming of age may be reified or assuaged through the act of buying a house. Though Flint is where Young came of age, the city itself is a stand-in for expiring markets throughout cities in the United States. Low barriers to entry propelling an illusory gold rush where getting in early might catch a new wave of production, not in an auto plant, but perhaps something, anything, but what does not matter, because those that buy from outside do not have the struggle of everyday life in spaces of decline ­ spaces that make evident how the value of property is increasingly drawn from exchange and the velocity of that exchange rather than its use. An annihilation of place one $500 purchase at a time. Joshua Akers University of Michigan-Dearborn Jake Rosenfeld, What Unions No Longer Do (Cambridge: Harvard University Press 2014) Over the past few decades, unions have been in decline and governments throughout the advanced capital world have removed constraints on firms by deregulating labour law and collective regulation. Much scholarship and activist debate http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Labour / Le Travail The Canadian Committee on Labour History

What Unions No Longer Do by Jake Rosenfeld (review)

Labour / Le Travail , Volume 75 (1) – May 6, 2015

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306 / labour /le travail 75 purchasing property. It is a curious juxtaposition of the deep bonds forged to a place while coming of age may be reified or assuaged through the act of buying a house. Though Flint is where Young came of age, the city itself is a stand-in for expiring markets throughout cities in the United States. Low barriers to entry propelling an illusory gold rush where getting in early might catch a new wave of production, not in an auto plant, but perhaps something, anything, but what does not matter, because those that buy from outside do not have the struggle of everyday life in spaces of decline ­ spaces that make evident how the value of property is increasingly drawn from exchange and the velocity of that exchange rather than its use. An annihilation of place one $500 purchase at a time. Joshua Akers University of Michigan-Dearborn Jake Rosenfeld, What Unions No Longer Do (Cambridge: Harvard University Press 2014) Over the past few decades, unions have been in decline and governments throughout the advanced capital world have removed constraints on firms by deregulating labour law and collective regulation. Much scholarship and activist debate

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Labour / Le TravailThe Canadian Committee on Labour History

Published: May 6, 2015

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