The United States and the European Trade Union Movement, 1944-1951

The United States and the European Trade Union Movement, 1944-1951

In this study of U.S. postwar policy toward the reconstruction of Europe's trade unions, Romero demonstrates the weaknesses of the American strategy to reshape European societies in the likeness of American social pluralism. Using Italy as a case study, he shows how the U.S. government cooperated with the American Federation of Labor to support friendly anti-Communist unions.

Originally published in 1993.

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Page count: 312 pages

Language: English


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