A Decisive Decade: An Insider's View of the Chicago Civil Rights Movement During the 1960s
By: Robert B. McKersie (author)Hardback
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Written from a participant/observer's viewpoint, this is an engaging chronicle of the civil rights movement of Chicago as it unfolded during the crucial decade of the 1960s. The story line is chronological and follows the unfolding agenda of the Chicago civil rights movement, tracing in sequence the struggles over employment, education, minority business, and housing.
Robert B. McKersie, the Society of Sloan Fellows Professor (emeritus) at the MIT Sloan School of Management, is the coauthor of "A Behavioral Theory of Labor Negotiations "and the award-winning "The Transformation of American Industrial Relations." "
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