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  • Our Members Be Unlimited

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    Author: Sam Wallman
    Published by: Scribe UK

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An original and visually powerful exploration of unionism.

In our current political climate, people are looking for answers and alternatives. The promise of unions is that their ‘members be unlimited’: that they don’t belong to the rich, the powerful, or special interests, but to all workers.

How did the idea of unionism arise? Where has it flourished? And what are its challenges in the 21st century? From Britain to Bangladesh, from the first union of the 18th century to today, from solidarity in Walmart China to his own experiences in an Amazon warehouse in Melbourne, comics journalist Sam Wallman explores the urge to come together and co-operate that arises again and again in workers and workplaces everywhere.

With a dynamic and distinctive art style, and writing that’s both thoughtful and down to earth, Our Members Be Unlimited serves as an entry point for young people or those new to these notions of collective action, but also as an invigorating read to those already engaged in the struggle for better working conditions and a better world.

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Author
Genres
Publisher
Type
Binding
  • Trade Paperback
Cat. No.
  • 5755189
EAN
  • 9781925713053
ISBN
  • 9781925713053