International Labor Solidarity: The New Frontier by Jeremy Brecher, Tim Costello, and Brendan Smith

Once employers were mostly local; so were unions. When local companies became national corporations, unions too had to go national. Now capital has gone global. Unions have made intermittent efforts at international cooperation, but the obstacles are considerable. To overcome them, bridge building and information sharing across borders need to start long before individual campaigns begin, cementing relationships, fostering solidarity, and developing enough strategic knowledge for unions to provide mutual aid in the global arena.

New Labor Forum
Vol. 15, no. 1, Spring 2006

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