Jefferson Cowie and Mark Dudzic:
The Long Shadow of the 1970s
Monday 12 November, 2012
School of Visual Arts, Theory and the Arts
209 East 23 Street, MA Seminar Room
Jefferson Cowie teaches labor and working-class history, with research spanning a number of areas including politics, social history, and popular culture. He is the award-winning author of Capital Moves: RCA’s Seventy-Year Quest for Cheap Labor, and Stayin’ Alive: The 1970s and the Last Days of the Working Class. He is the co-author of a forthcoming book on the New Deal, The Long Exception.
Mark Dudzic serves as National Coordinator of the Labor Campaign for Single Payer. A long-time union activist, he joined the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers (now part of the United Steelworkers) in 1979 when he helped to organize the precious metals refinery in Northvale, NJ where he worked as a melter/caster.
"Why doesn’t the United States make social progress?”
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