Bucking the System: The Success and Survival of Organized Workers in Rural, Anti-Union North Carolina

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835
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Hall, Bob. “Bucking the System: The Success and Survival of Organized Workers in Rural, Anti-Union North Carolina.” Southern Exposure [Durham, NC: Institute for Southern Studies] 10.5 (Sept.-Oct. 1982): 66-73.

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Workers at Mueller Steam Specialty Company, which employs all three races, tried to win and maintain a union contract. Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC) helped fight company mistreatment of union supporters.

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