The Wisconsin Uprising

Authors

  • Robert W. McChesney

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-063-09-2012-02_4

Keywords:

Movements

Abstract

The essays in Wisconsin Uprising are outstanding. The accounts of the events in Madison in the winter and early spring of 2011 are the best I have seen in writing, with context, detail, and analysis I have seen nowhere else. Better yet, the connections of the Wisconsin revolt to the existential questions facing the labor movement are handled with a clarity, intelligence, perspective, and urgency that is exactly appropriate to the task. This book is a fundamental historical document in its own right and will stand the test of time. The authors include some of the most accomplished writers on the left, as well as a number of emerging young writers.

Published

2012-02-04

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Articles

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