Welgang Bayan: Empowering Labor Unions Against Poverty And Repression
|Dimension||6 x 9, 290g|
Welgang Bayan follows the trade union movement from 1972 to 1984 as it braves the martial law years; celebrates May 1 milestones; metamorphoses into the BMP, TUCP, and KMU, among others; and struggles for both workers’ rights and rewards—from the tiny shops along Avenida Rizal to the export processing zones, from the batilyos’ indignation Mass in Navotas to the legendary strike at La Tondeña—and along the way, leaves lessons for all employees, employers, labor leaders, and legislators today.
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