In the early s, thousands of immigrants labored in New Yorks Lower East Side sweatshops, enduring work environments that came to be seen as among the worst examples of Progressive-Era American industrialization. Although reformers agreed that the An enormous chronological collection of over fifty interviews conducted with Chomsky from to present day.
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Free Labor: Workfare and the Contested Language of Neoliberalism
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The fact that WEP workers are denied the legal status of employees and make far less money and enjoy fewer rights than do city workers has sparked fierce opposition. For antipoverty activists, legal advocates, unions, and other critics of the program this double standard begs a troubling question: are workfare participants workers or welfare recipients?
At times the fight over workfare unfolded as an argument over who had the authority to define these terms, and Krinsky focuses on changes in the language and organization of the political coalitions on either side of the debate. Read more Find a copy online Links to this item Table of contents. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.
Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item An interdisciplinary analysis that draws from interviews, official documents, and media reports to pursue different directions in the study of the cultural and cognitive aspects of political activism. This work aims to instigate a dialogue among students of culture, labor and social movements, welfare policy, and urban political economy.
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Reviews Editorial reviews. At times the fight over workfare unfolded as an argument over who had the authority to define these terms, and in Free Labor , John Krinsky focuses on changes in the language and organization of the political coalitions on either side of the debate. Free Labor will instigate a lively dialogue among students of culture, labor and social movements, welfare policy, and urban political economy.
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