Nel­son Licht­en­stein teach­es his­to­ry at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­i­for­nia, San­ta Bar­bara, where he directs the Cen­ter for the Study of Work, Labor and Democ­ra­cy. He is the author of The Retail Rev­o­lu­tion: How Wal-Mart Cre­at­ed a Brave New World of Busi­ness (2009) and The Most Dan­ger­ous Man in Detroit, and edi­tor of Wal-Mart: The Face of Twen­ty-First-Cen­tu­ry Cap­i­tal­ism (2006), a col­lec­tion of essays.
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Nelson Lichtenstein
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Why Wal-Mart Workers Need the Employee Free Choice Act
America's largest private employer has systematically harassed and fired pro-union workers.