If unions expect to regain their former strength, they must have new organizing strategies. This booklet suggests some fresh ideas, including a plan for unions to utilize a largely neglected asset their own members to multiply the number of organizing campaigns and win more of them.
The booklet describes new approaches to organizing whereby the communities where workers live become a valuable ally against an anti-union employer. It shows how organizers can bypass the National Labor Relations Board, which has been biased in favor of employers, to win organizing campaigns and achieve first contracts.
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