As workers strike again, the 'Fight for 15' expands its political horizons
- December 4, 2014
- David Meyer, sociology professor, is quoted in the Christian Science Monitor Dec. 4, 2014
From the Christian Science Monitor:
Taking up such causes can be risky, says David S. Meyer, a sociology professor who studies protest movements at the University of California, Irvine. … So far, he says, Fight for 15 has been smart about finding ways to keep its message fresh but not muddled.
For the full story, please visit http://www.csmonitor.com/Business/The-Bite/2014/1204/As-workers-strike-again-the-Fight-for-15-expands-its-political-horizons.
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