Are Organizing Victories in Los Angeles a Model for the Future of Labor?

August 7, 2013

It's not every day a former manufacturing hub for middle-class jobs gets to reinvent itself after the factories and plants shut down and ship off. But that's exactly what's happening in Long Beach, Calif., in Los Angeles County. 

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