Teachers and power; the story of the American Federation of Teachers, by Robert J. Braun.

Author
Braun, Robert J. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, Simon and Schuster [1972]
Description
287 pages 22 cm

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Subject(s)
Summary note
Study of the trade union organization of teachers in the USA - traces the historical evolution of the American federation of teachers, recounts its struggle for collective bargaining rights, strike actions, etc., and includes the role of the union in promoting minority group rights in urban area public education.
Contents
  • If we are good teachers ...
  • Let them fire all of us!
  • Warriors and victims
  • On not being Albert Shanker
  • There will be no teachers, no school
  • Anatomy of a teacher's strike
  • Tragedy in Ocean Hill-Brownsville
  • All in the name of the children.
ISBN
  • 0671211676
  • 9780671211677
LCCN
73189743
OCLC
357366
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