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19 de Septiembre de 2008

En plena crisis de Wall Street, el escritor y militante sindical Bill Fletcher habla sobre su nuevo libro "Solidaridad dividida: la crisis del movimiento sindical y el nuevo sendero hacia la justicia social"

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Mientras que la prensa ha cubierto ampliamente la crisis en Wall Street, se ha prestado poca atención a lo que esto significa para el trabajador estadounidense. Hablamos con el escritor y militante sindical de larga trayectoria Bill Fletcher, co autor junto con Fernando Gapasin del nuevo libro "Solidarity Divided: The Crisis in Organized Labor and a New Path toward Social Justice" (Solidaridad dividida: la crisis del movimiento sindical y el nuevo camino hacia la justicia social). Fletcher es editor ejecutivo de BlackCommentator.com y ex presidente de TransAfrica Forum.

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