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Imperialism or Solidarity

International Labour and South African Labour Trade Unions

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Imperialism or Solidarity: International Labour and South African Labour Trade Unions by Roger J. Southall
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The re-emergence of black trade unions in the 1970s was assisted by a shift of Western labour from "imperialism" to "solidarity", a result of a relative decline of cold War tensions and the social democratic influence in the movement. At the same time, the black trade unions themselves developed an active, international, non-aligned policy. Southall's analysis provides a backdrop to the understanding of COSATU's present foreign policy: an attempt at more equal relations between the unions of the North and South, and the forging of global worker solidarity.

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Political studies students; sociology students; labour law students; academics.
Release date NZ
December 31st, 1995
Country of Publication
South Africa
Imprint
University of Cape Town Press
Pages
398
ISBN-13
9780799216110
Product ID
1821171

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