Interest Groups in the Postpartisan Era: The Political Machine of the AFL-CIO
Harry Holloway argues that the weakening of political parties has been accompanied by the rise of interest group political activity and that the political machine created by the AFL-CIO federation embodies such activity on an unusual scale.
Unions in American National Politics, Graham K. Wilson Reviewed by Harry Holloway
Political Ideologies of Organized Labor: The New Deal Era, Ruth L. Horowitz Reviewed by Harry Holloway
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