|Series Editor||Canadian Committee on Labour History|
|Publisher||Canadian Committee on Labour History; Edmonton, Alta.|
|Pages||69 p.: ill.|
Confrontation, Struggle and Transformation is the story of working women and men in the St. Catharines area from the mid-1800s to the present. The study explores the labour movement's fight to survive and thrive in the Niagara region. Thanks to extensive quotations from interviews, archival sources and local newspapers, the story unfolds, in part, through the voices of the people themselves: workers who fought for unions, community members who supported them and employers who opposed them. --Publisher's description
Available online as PDF ebook.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 67-68).