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Barry Eidlin

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Academic Employment

McGill University Department of Sociology, Aug. 2015-present

Assistant Professor

Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations, Sept. 2014-Jul. 2015

        Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations

University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Sociology, Sept. 2012-Aug. 2014

American Sociological Association/National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow

Education

Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley, Sociology, December 2012

Dissertation: The Class Idea: Politics, Ideology, and Class Formation in the U.S. and Canada in the Twentieth Century.

  • Distinguished Dissertation Award, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, 2015 (for dissertations filed between 2011 and 2014)
  • Thomas A. Kochan and Stephen R. Sleigh Best Dissertation Award, Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2014

Qualifying Exams: Social Theory, Political Sociology, Sociology of Organizations and Institutions

Committee: Kim Voss (chair), Neil Fligstein, Dylan Riley, Margaret Weir, Paul Pierson (external, Political Science) 

M.A.    University of California, Berkeley, Sociology, May 2005

Thesis: State Coercion and the Rise of U.S. Business Unionism: The Counterfactual Case of Minneapolis Teamsters, 1934-1941

  •  Most Outstanding Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Labor and Labor Movements, 2006

B.A.     Oberlin College, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies (honors), May 1996

          Thesis: Crossed Wires, Noisy Signals: Language, Identity, and Resistance in Caribbean Literature

Areas of Specialization

Political sociology, comparative historical sociology, social theory, research methods, work, labor, social movements, organizations and institutions.

Publications

            Books

Labor and the Class Idea in the U.S. and Canada. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming in the Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics series).


            Peer-Reviewed Articles

 “Why is There No Labor Party in the United States? Political Articulation and the Canadian Comparison, 1932 to 1948.” American Sociological Review 81(3): 488-516 (2016).

“Class vs. Special Interest: Labor, Power, and Politics in the U.S. and Canada in the Twentieth Century." Politics & Society 43(2): 181-211 (2015).

    • Outstanding Article Award, American Sociological Association Section on Marxist Sociology, 2016.
    • Best Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Labor and Labor Movements, 2013 (for early draft).

“Class Formation and Class Identity: Birth, Death, and Possibilities for Renewal.” Sociology Compass 8(8):1045–62 (2014).

“‘Upon This (Foundering) Rock’: Minneapolis Teamsters and the Transformation of U.S. Business Unionism, 1934-1941.” Labor History 50(3): 249-267 (August 2009) (lead article).

  • Albert Szymanski-T. R. Young Best Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Marxist Sociology, 2010
            Book Chapters

"Unions and Inequality." In Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology, Janeen Baxter, ed., forthcoming.

“Continuity or Change?Rethinking Left Party Formation in Canada.” Pp. 61-86 in Building Blocs: How Parties Organize Society, Cedric de Leon, Manali Desai, and Cihan Tuǧal, eds. (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2015).

“Class and Work.” Chapter 4 in Sage Handbook on the Sociology of Work and Employment, Stephen Edgell, Heidi Gottfried, and Edward Granter, eds., (Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE, 2015).

“Labor Movement” (with Rick Fantasia and Kim Voss), in Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, David A. Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam, eds. (Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).

Manuscripts Under Review

“Firm Entry and Wages: Impact of Wal-Mart Growth on Earnings throughout the Retail Sector” (with Arindrajit Dube and Bill Lester). University of California, Berkeley Institute for Research on Labor and Employment Working Paper Series No. iirwps-126-05 (Revise and re-submit).

Manuscripts in Progress

"Why Didn't the Economic Crisis Dislodge Economic Orthodoxy? Bridging Idealist and Materialist Accounts"

“Social Class and Social Movements” (with Jasmine Kerrissey, chapter commissioned for the Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Social Movements, David Snow, Sarah Soule, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Holly McCammon, eds.)


“Union Democracy and Union Effectiveness” (with Nathan Wilmers).

“Just another ‘Special Interest’: Collective Identities and Union Power in the U.S. and Canada.”

“Revis(it)ing Class Analysis: Prospects for Renewal” (with Michael A. McCarthy)

Revisiting Remaking Modernity: New Directions in Comparative-Historical Sociology (edited volume with Elisabeth Anderson).

Book Reviews

"Review of Missing Class: Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures by Betsy Leondar-Wright," Contemporary Sociology 45(2): 206-209 (2016).

“Review of What Unions No Longer Do by Jake Rosenfeld.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 68(5): 1220-1222 (2015).

"Review of The Employee: A Political History by Jean-Christian Vinel," Accounts: Newsletter of the American Sociological Association Section on Economic Sociology 14(3): 13-15 (Summer 2015).

“Minneapolis 1934 Strike Revisited: Review of Revolutionary Teamsters by Bryan D.Palmer,” Against the Current no. 171, July/August 2014.

“Review of Three Worlds of Relief: Race, Immigration,and the American Welfare State from the Progressive Era to the New Deal by Cybelle Fox and The Delegated Welfare State: Medicare, Markets, and the Governance of Social Policy by Kimberly J. Morgan and Andrea Louise Campbell,” Perspectives on Politics 12:1 (2014), 241-243.

“Review of American Labor, Congress, and the Welfare State, 1935-2010 by Tracy Roof,” Social History 38:3 (2013), 405-407.

“Review of The Right and Labor in America: Politics, Ideology, and Imagination by Nelson Lichtenstein and Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, eds.” Left History 17:1 (2013), 154-156.

“The Metaphors of Movements: Review of Guerillas in the Industrial Jungle:Radicalism’s Primitive and Industrial Rhetoric by Ursula McTaggart,” Against the Current no. 163, March/April 2013

“Looking North for Labor Revival? Review of Canadian Labour in Crisis: Reinventing the Workers’ Movement by David Camfield,” Against the Current no. 155, November/December 2011.

“The Press andthe Class Struggle: Review of Outside the Box: Corporate Media, Globalization, and the UPS Strike” by Deepa Kumar, Against the Current no. 131, November/December 2007. 

Reports and Working Papers

“A Downward Push: The Impact of Wal-Mart Stores on Retail Wages and Benefits” (with Arindrajit Dube and Bill Lester). University of California, Berkeley Labor Center Report, December 2007.

“State Coercion and the Rise of U.S. Business Unionism: The Counterfactual Case of Minneapolis Teamsters, 1934-1941.” University of California, Berkeley Center for Culture, Organization, and Politics Working Paper.

“Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.: Strategic Research Report” (with Aaron Brenner and Kerry Candaele). Commissioned for the “Global Companies, Global Unions, Global Research, Global Campaigns” conference, sponsored by Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations, New York, February 9-11, 2006.

Popular Writing

“The House That Reuther Built.” Jacobin, June 8, 2016. 

“Minimum Wage Laws Aren’t Enough. We NeedWorkplace Democracy.” Policy Trajectories, blog of the American Sociological Association’s Section on Comparative and Historical Sociology, March 7, 2016.

"How the power of Canada’s unions helped slow the growth of inequality." LSE US Policy and Politics Blog, July 22, 2015.

"Inequality can be addressed only if we start talking about the ‘working class’." The Conversation, July 15, 2015.

“Latest Pro-Labor ReformProposal Might Actually Undermine Labor.” Truthout, August 5, 2014

Contributing Editor, Mobilizing Ideas blog (http://mobilizingideas.wordpress.com)

"The Walmart Strikes: Back to the Future for Labor?" CounterPunch, October 17, 2012.

“TheBlack Bloc and the Cargo Cult,” Solidarity Webzine, March 5, 2012.

“Occupy:Why ‘No Demands’ is the Right Demand.” BuzzFlash for Truthout, December 22, 2011.

Honors, Grants, and Awards

Outstanding Article Award, American Sociological Association Section on Marxist Sociology (for “Class vs. Special Interest”), 2016

Distinguished Dissertation Award, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, 2015 (for dissertations filed between 2011 and 2014)

Thomas A. Kochan And Stephen R. Sleigh Best Dissertation Award, Labor And Employment Relations Association, 2014

Best Graduate Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Labor and Labor Movements (for early draft of “Class vs. Special Interest”), 2013

Young Scholars in Social Movements Conference Invitee, University of Notre Dame, May 2014.

University of California Berkeley Edward Hildebrand Graduate Fellowship in Canadian Studies, 2011-12

Albert Szymanski-T. R. Young Best Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Marxist Sociology (for “Upon This (Foundering) Rock”), 2010

University of California Berkeley Edward Hildebrand Graduate Fellowship in Canadian Studies, 2009-10

University of California Berkeley Institute of International Studies John L. Simpson Memorial Research Fellowship in International and Comparative Studies, 2009

University of California Berkeley Leo Lowenthal Fellowship, 2009

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, 2009

University of California Berkeley Sociology Department Winter Research Grant, 2009

Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Thomas O. Enders Graduate Research Fellowship, 2008

University of California Berkeley Sociology Department Summer Research Grant, 2008

Society for Comparative Research Graduate Student Retreat, May 2008

Canadian Embassy in the United States Graduate Student Fellowship, 2008

University of California Berkeley Dean’s Normative Time Fellowship, 2008

University of California Labor and Employment Research Fund Dissertation Fellowship, 2007

Most Outstanding Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Labor and Labor Movements (for “State Coercion”), 2006

Oberlin College Alumni Graduate Research Fellowship, 2005

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2004


Appointments

Co-Researcher, Inter-University Centre for Research on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), September 2015-present.


Research Affiliate, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, 2010-present.


Visiting Research Fellow, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UCLA, Los Angeles. 2009-10.


Visiting Scholar, Inter-University Centre for Research on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), Montreal, Quebec. March 2009.


Visiting Scholar, Department of Labour Studies, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. October 2008.


Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Madison. June 2005.


Media Interviews/Appearances

June 7, 2016 WDEV 96.1 FM (Vermont radio station) interview with Equal Time Radio regarding my article, “Why Is There No Labor Party in the United States?”

June 2, 2016 interview with Radio Canada International: Why no political 'left', or labour party, in the USA?

February 18, 2016 interview with Global TV News Montreal (morning news show): Montreal Taxis vs. Uber.

February 18, 2016 interview with Montreal Gazette newspaper: “Uber Uproar: The Rage in Montreal and the Strategies Elsewhere.

February 18, 2016 interview on CJAD 800AM, The Barry Morgan Show: Barry Eidlin on if Apps Like Uber and Airbnb Can Change Society.

February 16, 2016 interview with CTV News Montreal (noon news show): How Uber, Airbnb are Changing Industries.

February 5, 2016 interview with Mountain Lake PBS on minimum wage laws in the U.S. and Canada.

December 21, 2015 interview on CBC Montreal Homerun show, regarding the tentative agreement between the Quebec provincial government and the Common Front public sector unions.

December 14, 2015 interview on CJAD 800AM, The Aaron Rand Show, regarding City of Montreal suspension of its blue-collar workers (audio unavailable).

December 10, 2015 KKFI-FM (Kansas City, MO radio station) interview on the Heartland Labor Forum about my article, “Class vs. Special Interest” (segment at 31:10) 

December 8, 2014 WORT-FM (Madison, WI radio station) interview about right-to-work laws, recent labor protests, and the future of the U.S. labor movement.

August 11, 2014 Wisconsin Public Radio call-in show (The Joy Cardin Show) segment on growing inequality and the future of labor unions.

August 8, 2014 WORT-FM (Madison, WI radio station) story on growing inequality and the future of labor unions (segment starts at 17:47). 

August 2, 2014 Capital Times (Madison, WI newspaper) story on growing inequality and the future of labor unions.

April 25, 2014 NPR segment (Middle Ground Show) on union defeats in Wisconsin.

March 26, 2014 WISC-TV news segment on NLRB decision classifying Northwestern University football players as employees. 

February 3, 2012 interview on the current state of U.S. labor, Génératrice (Radio Canada).


Invited Presentations

“Thinking About ‘Decent Work’.” McGill Industrial Relations Association International Labour Conference, McGill University, Montreal, QC,             Apr. 1, 2016.

“Labor and the Class Idea in the U.S. and Canada.” Inter-University Centre for Research on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), Université de Montréal, Montreal, QC, Nov. 18, 2015.

“Labor and the Class Idea in the U.S. and Canada.” Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, Calif. Oct. 30, 2015.

“The Class Idea: Politics, Ideology, and Class Formation in the U.S. and Canada in the 20th Century.” Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Biennial Meeting, Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 16, 2015. 

“Why Is There No Labor Party in the United States? Political Articulation and the Canadian Comparison, 1932-1948.” Political Parties Working Group, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., November 26, 2013.

“Class vs. Special Interest: Labor Regimes and Union Power in the U.S. and Canada, 1911-2011.” Comparative Historical Workshop, Departments of Sociology and Political Science, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., Feb. 1, 2013.

“Class Conflict and Class Politics: Parties and Political Articulation in the U.S. and Canada, 1932-1948.” Invited Workshop and Conference on “Perspectives on Political Articulation,” University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill., April 29-30, 2011.

“Class Conflict and Class Politics: Labor and Party Alliances in the U.S. and Canada, 1932-1948.” University of California, Berkeley Canadian Studies Program Colloquium, Berkeley, Calif., September 30, 2010.

“Why Does Union Democracy Matter?” Conference on Employee Representation in the New World of Work, sponsored by the Inter-University Centre for Research on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), Quebec City, June 17, 2010.

“The Perils of State Permeability: Explaining the Divergence of U.S. and Canadian Labor Unions, 1911-2009.” UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment Colloquium, Los Angeles, January 13, 2010.

“Class Conflict, Policy Development, and the State: Explaining the Postwar Divergence of U.S. and Canadian Labour Unions, 1911-2009.” Inter-University Centre for Research on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), Université de Montréal, Quebec, March 24, 2009.

“State Coercion and the Rise of U.S. Business Unionism: The Counterfactual Case of Minneapolis Teamsters, 1934-1941.” Conference on “Union Democracy Re-examined,” co-sponsored by the Political Science Department, University of Washington, and Politics and Society, Seattle, Wash. February 24-25, 2006.

“Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.: Strategic Corporate Research Report” (co-presentation with Aaron Brenner). Conference on “Global Companies, Global Unions, Global Research, Global Campaigns,” sponsored by the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations, New York, February 9-11, 2006.

“Wal-Mart’s Impact on the U.S. Labor Market: What Do We Know, and Should We Care?” Clark University, Worcester, Mass. February 1, 2006.


Conference Presentations

Critique of Jake Rosenfeld’s What Unions No Longer Do. Author Meets Critics session, Social Science History Association Meeting, Baltimore, Md., Nov. 2015. 

“Why Didn’t the Economic Crisis Dislodge Economic Orthodoxy? Bridging Idealist and Materialist Accounts.” 

  • American Sociological Association Meeting, Chicago, Ill., August 2015.

“Why Didn’t the Economic Crisis Dislodge Economic Orthodoxy? Preliminary Musings Using A Comparative-Historical Approach.” 

  • Social Science History Association Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, November 2014
  • American Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., August 2014.

“Why is There No Labor Party in the U.S.? Political Articulation and the Canadian Comparison, 1932-1948.”

  • International Sociological Association World Congress, Yokohama, Japan, July 2014.
  • Conference of the Working Class Studies Association, Madison, Wisc., June 2013.

“Just Another ‘Special Interest’: Collective Identities and Union Power in the U.S. and Canada.”

  • International Sociological Association World Congress, Yokohama, Japan, July 2014.
  • Young Scholars in Social Movements Conference, University of Notre Dame, May 2013.

“Class vs. Special Interest: Labor Regimes and Union Strength in the U.S. and Canada, 1911-2011.”

  • Social Science History Association Meeting, Chicago, lll., November 2013.
  • American Sociological Association Meeting, New York, N.Y., August 2013.
  • The Future of Welfare State Studies Postdoctoral Conference, Umeå, Sweden, May 2013.

“Repression and Rebirth: Red Scares and the New Left in the U.S. and Canada, 1946-1972.”

  • American Sociological Association Meeting, Denver, Colo., Aug. 2012.
  • International Sociological Association Second Forum on Sociology, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2012.
  • Participatory Democracy and Social Justice Struggles: From Port Huron to Occupy, UCLA, March 2012.
  • Social Science History Association Meeting, Boston, Mass., November 2011.

“The Class Idea: Politics, Ideology, and Class Formation in the U.S. and Canada in the 20th Century.” American Sociological Association Meeting, Las Vegas, Nev., August 2011.

“Class Conflict and Class Politics: Labor and Party Alliances in the U.S. and Canada, 1932-1948.”

  • Social Science History Association Meeting, Chicago, Ill., November 2010.
  • American Sociological Association Meeting, Atlanta, Ga., August 2010.

“Access Isn’t Everything: State Permeability, Class Capacities, and the Formation of U.S. and Canadian Labor Regimes, 1934-1948.” Association for Canadian Studies in the U.S. Meeting, San Diego, Calif., November 2009.

“Class Conflict, Policy Development, and the State: Explaining the Postwar Divergence of U.S. and Canadian Unions.” American Sociological Association Meeting, Boston, Mass., August 2008.

“State Coercion and the Rise of U.S. Business Unionism: The Counterfactual Case of Minneapolis Teamsters, 1934-1941.”

  • American Sociological Association Meeting, Montreal, August 2006.
  • Midwest Political Science Association Meeting, Chicago, April 2006.
  • Graduate Conference on Historical Sociology, Binghamton University, Binghamton, N.Y., April 2005.

“Impact of Wal-Mart Growth on Earnings throughout the Retail Sector in Urban and Rural Counties.” American Sociological Association Meeting, Philadelphia, Penn., August 2005.

Teaching Experience

Instructor, Contemporary Social Movements (Sociology 386), Winter 2016

Instructor, Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy (Sociology 501), Winter 2016

Instructor, Sociological Inquiry (Sociology 211), Fall 2015

Instructor, Youth and Work (Labor Studies 215), Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.

Instructor, Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy in America Since 1890 (Sociology 670), Spring 2014.

Graduate Student Instructor, Classical Political Economy (PEIS 100), Professor Alan Karras, Fall 2010.

Graduate Mentor, Senior Honors Seminar (Sociology H190), Prof. Victoria Bonnell, 2007-2008.

Graduate Student Instructor, U.S. History from the Civil War to the Present (History 7B), Prof. Leon Litwack, Spring 2007.

Graduate Student Instructor, Introduction to Sociology (Sociology 1), Prof. Ann Swidler, Fall 2005.

Academic Service

            External Service

Reviewer, American Sociological Review, American Journal of Sociology, Social Forces, British Journal of Sociology, Mobilization, Studies in American Political Development, Journal of World Systems Research, and Labor History.


Co-organizer, “Revisiting Remaking Modernity: New Voices in Comparative-Historical Sociology” conference, August 21, 2015


Co-chair, Political Sociology and Social Movements Research Cluster, Canadian Sociological Association, 2015-present


ASA Section on Comparative and Historical Sociology

  • Membership Committee, 2013-present
  • Program Committee, 2014-present
  • Assistant Webmaster, 2007-2008


ASA Section on Labor and Labor Movements:

  • Section Council Representative, 2008-2010
  • Program Committee, 2007-10, 2012-present
  • Roundtables Organizer, 2007-08
  • Best Book Award Committee Co-chair, 2010
  • Best Student Paper Award Committee Member, 2007, 2014, 2015

Best Student Paper Award Committee Member, ASA Section on Marxist Sociology, 2011


Labor Network Representative, Social Science History Association, 2011-present


Organizer, Sessions on “Revis(it)ing Class Analysis: From Class to Institutions” and “Revis(it)ing Class Analysis: From Class to Culture,” 2012 SSHA Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.


Organizer, ASA Thematic Session on “Workers Search for Utopia,” 2012 ASA Annual Meeting, Denver, Colo. (with Howard Kimeldorf)


Organizer and Discussant, ASA Paper Session on “U.S. Labor and Politics,” 2012 ASA Annual Meeting, Denver, Colo.


Organizer, Session on “Labor Generations: Class, Continuity, and Change in North American Labor Movements,” 2011 Social Science History Association Meeting, Boston, Mass.


Organizer, ASA Thematic Session on “Legacies of 1886: Class Formation and Class Conflict in Historical Perspective,” 2011 ASA Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nev. (with Kim Voss)


         Departmental Service


            Student Mentoring and Supervision

Pro-Dean, Ayman Oweida Ph.D. Defense, McGill University Department of Experimental Medicine, March 31, 2016

Internal Examiner, Jason Olaf Jensen Ph.D. Defense, McGill University Department of Sociology, March 14, 2016


            Student Research Assistants

Una Jefferson (undergraduate), May-June 2016. Assistance with project on “Union Democracy and Union Effectiveness.”


            Research Dissemination

Co-founder and co-moderator, UC Berkeley Labor Transformations Working Group 2008

Editorial Collective Member, Berkeley Journal of Sociology, September 2003—May 2005.


            Committee Work

Industrial Relations Program Curriculum Committee, McGill University, September 2015-present.

Political Sociology Area Exam Committee, McGill University Department of Sociology, September 2015-present.

Library Liaison, McGill University Department of Sociology, September 2015-present.

Faculty of Arts representative, McGill University Department of Sociology, Winter 2016 Term.

Student representative, UC Berkeley Sociology faculty recruitment committee, Fall 2005.

Organizer/Member, UC Berkeley Sociology student recruitment committee, 2003-2008.


Professional Affiliations

American Sociological Association

Canadian Sociological Association

International Sociological Association

Social Science History Association

Labor and Employment Research Association

Association for Canadian Studies in the United States

Work Experience

University of California, Berkeley Department of Sociology, Berkeley, Calif., January 2011—present

Graduate Student Researcher, Professor and Chair Kim Voss

University of California, Berkeley Department of Sociology, Berkeley, Calif., January—May 2012

                    Reader, Sociology 110 (Organizations), Professor Heather Haveman

University of California, Berkeley Institute of Industrial Relations, Berkeley, Calif., Aug. 2003—May 2004

Graduate Student Researcher, Professor and Director Margaret Weir


Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU), Detroit, Mich. & Boston, Mass., Sept. 1997–Aug 2003

Development Director:  Developed and managed all aspects of fundraising programs, including major gifts, direct mail campaigns, special events, and foundation grant applications.

Organizer:  Identified and developed leadership among rank and file Teamsters in Canada and the U.S. Assisted with educational training and legal rights enforcement, particularly on pension-related questions.

Communications:  Wrote, edited and solicited articles, media advisories, editorials and letters to the editor for membership and donor publications. Developed, designed and maintained TDU’s web presence.


AFL-CIO Organizing Institute, Lakeland, Fla., and Austin, Tex., November 1996-May 1997

Organizing Apprentice, UFCW Local 1625 and Texas State Employees Union, CWA Local 6186: Mobilized for a nurse organizing drive in Florida and a state employee organizing effort in Texas.

Languages

Native English, fluent French, good German.

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Barry Eidlin,
Jun 16, 2016, 2:33 PM
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