The Politics of Faculty Unionization: The Experience of Three New England Universities


The Politics of Faculty Unionization explores the campus tensions, economic crises, and state political controversies that led to the rise of faculty unions at public universities in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut during the 1970's. The book examines conflicts surrounding unionization campaigns in light of developments in the labor movement and American higher education.


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