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Resistance Is Not Enough: On Labor + Strategy + The Path to Power

'Organizer Jane McAlevey charts out a course for claiming power in the Trump era - around the bought-off electoral system captured by the rich, and beyond the short-term battles of the online left - towards true power for the American worker, and explains why that path starts with class consciousness and a willingness to battle capital at the point of production. McAlevey is author of No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age from Oxford University Press.
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