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Solidarity First: Canadian Workers and…

Solidarity First: Canadian Workers and Social Cohesion

by Robert O'Brien

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0774814403, Paperback)

"An important and timely book that engages a uniquely critical perspective on the liberal ideology of social cohesion from a labour perspective. I can think of no other source with the depth of analysis and range of case studies."

– Colin Mooers, editor of The New Imperialists: Ideologies of Empire

As working people’s lives become increasingly fragmented, competitive, and unequal, debates about social cohesion capture the unease of contemporary society over growing economic restructuring. Solidarity First examines the concept and practice of social cohesion in terms of its impact on, and significance for, workers in Canada. It will be of interest to students and scholars in the fields of public policy, political science, sociology, and labour studies.

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