Copper crucible

Copper crucible

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Jonathan D. Rosenblum describes the resurgence in 1996 and 1997 of union activism at Local 890 in Silver City, New Mexico, the famous ?Salt of the Earth? union. Phelps Dodge obliterated all the unions at its Arizona properties in the devastating 1983 campaign of permanent replacement documented in Copper Crucible. The company later acquired the Chino mine in western New Mexico; with the copper ore came the elements of union rebirth. When Phelps Dodge officials argued that ?while unions may have had a purpose in the past, that time is gone, ? they rekindled the union's fighting spirit, according to Rosenblum. Local 890 beat back Phelps Dodge's 1996 decertification campaign, handing the company its first major setback against unions in fifteen the Arizona minersa#39; strike of 1983 recast labor-management relations in America Jonathan D. Rosenblum. humid, and ... He pointed to a diagram in the proposal that illustrated his argument. It resembled a ... These mines employed hundreds of blacks who lived in flimsy worker hostels and worked at low wages. The key feature ... It recognizes powerful institutions as both economic and political entities, which must be attacked in both the economic and political spheres. It shifts theanbsp;...

Title:Copper crucible
Author: Jonathan D. Rosenblum
Publisher:Ilr Pr - 1995

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