Sunday, November 19 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Thornton Salon A (11th Flooor)

Session 237
Solidarity’s Saboteurs: Strikebreakers, Company Men and the Role of Conservative Factionalism in Workplace Conflict in the Midcentury U.S.

Chair: James Benton, Georgetown University
Discussant: James Benton, Georgetown University

1. "Sunbelt Conservatism and the White Working-Class: Upstate South Carolina Textile Workers and Party Realignment from the Sunbelt South to NAFTA"Andrew H. Baker, Clemson University.

2. “Crafting a New Labor Policy: The National Labor Relations Board, a Divided Labor Movement, and Industrial Pluralism’s Public Ordering Problem, 1942-1954”Bryant Etheridge, Virginia Military Institute.

3. "'No Labor Dictators for Us': anti-Union Workers during the Flint Sit-down Strikes”Gregory Wood, Frostburg State University.

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