This study concludes that the changing economic conditions during the last quarter of the twentieth century had the greatest impact on workers' abilities to resist corporate power during that time period. As economic circumstances became less secure, and the UAW became more concerned with keeping the domestic automobile producers solvent, workers proved to become more pliant because their means of resistance became less secure, as well.In order to maximize the economic benefits that the factories were expected to bring, improvements to the areaa#39;s infrastructure ... The expectation of extending water and sewer service to that location at the time was that it would spur industrial, commercial, and ... The only substantial residential development in the immediate area is a mobile home park, located across the Ohio Tumpike fiom the factory.
|Title||:||Place, Space, Pace, and Power: The Struggle for Control of the Automobile Factory Shop Floor, 1896--2006|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|