Using information from Deborah Fink’s book Cutting into the Meatpacking Line explore how and why the unions’ ability to represent the workers have been severely eroded in the recent past. (Hint: Identify and explain in detail the factors that have contributed to the erosion of unions’ ability to represent the wage workers in the meatpacking industry in Iowa?) Vijay Prashad claims that polyculturalism is a “practical index” that sets in motion the process that might in time produce a humanity that is indeed in some way equal” (pg. 69). How does this complement Fink’s claim that “a democratic future entails planning by a widely diverse citizenry” (pg. 201). What does this mean for enhancing the effectiveness of unions that Fink is talking about?
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