The Working-Class Majority

Levison, Andrew
Publisher:  Penguin Books, New York, USA
Year Published:  1975   First Published:  1974
Pages:  319pp   Price:  $3.50   ISBN:  0-14-00-4084-6
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX7757

Defining the working class and people employed in essentially rote, manual labour, Levison shows that today's woerks are not dwindling in number, are not financially secure, do not enjoy an easy middle-class way of life, and are, for the most part, neither racist nor conservative.


Table of Contents

Preface: Blue-Collar Workers and the Future of American Politics
1. The American Working Class
2. The Discontents of Work
3. The Discontents of Community Life
4. Working-Class Political Opinion
5. The Influence of Unions on the Working Class
6. The Current Scene
7. The Future
Notes and Sources
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