|Title||Worker Activism After Successful Union Organizing|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Keywords||union organizing, Wagner Act, worker activism, worker participation|
Shows how different levels of worker participation during a union organizing campaign influence the perceptions and actions of those same workers after the campaign ends, and, thereby, the long-term effectiveness and success of the organizing effort. Drawing on historical and current examples, the author analyzes the political and economic contexts within which today's unions are organizing, including a detailed examination of the impact of the Wagner Act.