Historia del radicalismo de la clase obrera en los Estados Unidos
Workers in the United States have a rich tradition of fighting back and achieving previously unthinkable gains, from the weekend, to healthcare, to the right to organize a union.
Sharon Smith shows that a return to the fighting traditions of US labor history, with an emphasis on rank-and-file strategies for change, can turn around the labor movement. Fuego Subterráneo brings working-class history to light and reveals its lessons for today.
Sharon Smith is the author of Women and Socialism: Class, Race, and Capital.