Год издания: 2004
Количество страниц: 320
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A social justice movement grows?and fails?and grows again in Appalachia. Instead of getting depressed, and going home, I came out fighting....I've been fighting ever since. ?Kathy Muller, former GE worker turned activist To Move a Mountain is an inspirational account of how a group of Appalachian men and women, politicized by the disaster of local plant closings, became unlikely activists in the Tennessee statehouse and the protests in Seattle. Eve Weinbaum's firsthand look at the devastation wrought by the closings of community-sustaining factories become moving stories in the age of corporate globalization. With striking portraits of managers, workers, organizers and local officials, the book sets the Appalachian plant closings squarely in the economic and political context of economic development strategies and uncovers a government and economic leadership whose policies show little regard for the workers they leave behind. Yet the repeated...