Working Class USA: The Power and the Movement

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Index
A
Abel, I.W., 118 , 163
Amalgamated Assn. of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers (AA), 68 , 77
American Can Co., 173
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 68 -9 ; and racist practices, 184
AFL-CIO, leadership of, 117 , 124 , 148 ; merger, 125 ; and Black workers, 125 - 27 ; and trade union unity, 114 , 124 ; and AIFLD, 176 -77 ; 16th convention of, 174 , 176 , 311
American Federation of Teachers (AFT) -- New York, 174
Anderson, Sherwood, 3 -4 , 5 , 32
Anti-communism, Big Business use of, 86 -7 , 142 , 237 -8 , 335 ; and trade unions, 100 -01
Anti-monopoly coalition, 133 -34 , 257 - 58 , 260 -62 , 292 -96 Anti-Sovietism, 87 , 327 -28 , 333
B
Bakke decision, 166
Balint, Al, 79
Banks, U.S., 306 ; and IMF, 300
Bethlehem Steel Corp., 17
Big Business, and anti-communism, 237 -38 , 335 -36 ; anti-Sovietism, 327 - 28 , 333 ; anti-union attacks, 110 -11 , 142 ; profits of, 143 -44 , 150 -51 , 155 , 158 , 309 -10 , 332 ; use of FBI, 94 , 149 ; use of racism, 184 , 269 , 310
Black, Hugo, 35
Black trade union caucuses, 125 -27 , 134
Black-white unity, 20 -22 , 53 , 73 , 89 -90 , 113 -16 ; and crisis of cities, 122 , 137 , 157 -58 , 208 , 246 -48 ; background of, 266 -69 ; and South, 269 -73 ; and Civil War, 272 -73 ; Foster on, 358 -60
Boeing Corp., 305
Brezhnev, Leonid, 330
Bridges, Harry, 88 , 348
Browder, Earl, 238 , 356 -57
Browderism, 81 -2 , 180 , 218 , 240
Brown, Irving, 177
Budenz, Louis, 238
Burke, Bob, 79
C
Campbell Works, 147
Carpenters, early struggles, 6 -8
Carreathers, Ben, 21 , 79
Carter administration, 154
CIA, and AFL-CIO, 117 , 177
Chase Manhattan Bank, 141 , 144
Chrysler Corp., 324 , 333
Churchill, Winston, 36 , 39
Civil Rights Act ( 1964), 269
Civilian Works Administration (CWA), 76
Class collaboration, 66 , 68 , 82 , 84 , 100 - 01 , 118 , 134 , 181 , 254 , 310 , 326 -27 ; and Keynes, 245 ; and racism, 127 -28 ; example of, 242
Class consciousness, and Communist Party role, 186 ; development of, 211 - 14 , 312 -13 ; obstacles to, 185 , 200 -01 ; and racism, 168
Class structure of capitalism, 206 -08 , 260 -61 ; and women, 279 -81
Class struggle, 49 , 53 -4 , 84 -5 , 98 -9 , 105 - 06 ; demagogy and, 119 ; and tactics, 95 -6 , 98 , 105 -06
Coal miners, 111 , 177
Communist Party, USA, policies of, 18 - 24 , 54 , 102 -04 , 106 ; role of 80 -81 , 83 , 96 -8 , 186 -87 , 226 -27 , 234 -37 , 244 -48 ; shop clubs, 82 , 86 , 93 ; shop papers, 253 ; tactics and, 92 -5 , 118 -19 ; trade union program, 170 , 177
Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 19 , 26 , 36 , 77 -8 ; PACs, 90 -91 ; split in 91 -2 ; Black-white unity and, 267 -8

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