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Working in Canada

Johnson, Walter
Publisher:  Black Rose Books, Montreal, Canada
Year Published:  1976  
Pages:  162pp   ISBN:  0-919618-63-4
Library of Congress Number:  HD8106.5.W67   Dewey:  301.5'5
Resource Type:  Book

This book is a collection of experiences written by workers, or based on interviews with them, about what they do and feel on a day to day basis and what they think needs to be done to change their condition and that of other working people.

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Table of Contents

1. Working in the Post Office
2. Working in an Auto Plant
3. Working on an Assembly-line
4. Working in a Printing Shop
5. Assembly-line Merry-go-round
6. Working as a Trade Unionist
7. Working in a Social Agency
8. Working in an Aircraft Plan
0. Working in an Office
10. Just Working
11. Letter to a Politician
12. Towards a Working Class Radicalism: a polemic

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