Reworking race the making of hawaiis interracial labor movement jung moon kie on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers reworking race the making of hawaiis interracial labor movement. In reworking race the making of hawaiis interracial labor movement moon kie jung presents a nuanced theoretical explanation of how racially diverse workers in hawaii after decades of failure dramatically joined together as a unified class following world war iithe rush of tens of thousands of workers into the international longshoremens and warehousemens union ilwu between 1944 and . Spurred by this concentration of capital the big five also organized the industry into a cohesive cooperative association the hawaiian sugar planters association hspa when workers began to build a labor movement following the abolition of penal contract labor in 1900 they were continually met by the combined opposition of the. The making of hawaiis interracial labor movement by moon kie jung reworking race is the first to examine the historic formation of hawaiis interracial working class movement in the 1940s a fascinating account of the mutual constitution of race and class it will be pivotal in future debates in the fields of labor history sociology . Get this from a library reworking race the making of hawaiis interracial labor movement moon kie jung in this theoretically innovative study moon kie jung explains how filipinos japanese portuguese and others overcame entrenched racial divisions and successfully mobilized a mass working class
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