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Under what conditions is it possible for members of different racial groups to cooperate in an integrated sense to build a successful, working class, community based, mutual benefits association -- one with the long-term intent of organizing workplaces where mutual-benefits association members happen to work? Can this inter-racial cooperation occur at all levels of the organization? Given this long term possibility of unionization, an end product not too different from an association-union recently achieved by Caesar Chavez's "NFWA-UFVOC", what are the initial organizational prerequisites for successfully bringing together blacks, whites, Chicanos, Puerto Ricans and others within these local associations?
Leggett, John C. and Mouldner, Frances V.
"Integrated Cooperation within a Grass-Roots Movement’s the Class Emphasis,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 4:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol4/iss2/10
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