|Document type||Book chapter|
|Series Editor||Savage, Larry|
|Series Editor||Ross, Stephanie|
|Book||Public Sector Unions in the Age of Austerity|
Contrasts the administrative structure of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, which has undermined its effectiveness with that of Union of Postal Workers, which in the mid-1960s transformed into a democratic, militant bargaining agent for its workers. Concludes that both unions are in a weakened state, and that only through a broader coalition of forces can the neoliberal agenda of the federal government be fought.