[Excerpt] Must a local union always rely on its international to conduct and win a comprehensive, or corporate, campaign? Using an organizing model of unionism which relies on the knowledge, access to information, organizing skills, and community ties of its members, local unions can meet corporate challenges. The potential also exists for the local union to maintain and deepen this culture of organizing. Three examples from Northeast Ohio demonstrate the power of membership-driven comprehensive campaigns.
"LRR Focus: Taking the Organizing Approach to Comprehensive Campaigns,"
Labor Research Review: Vol. 1
, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/lrr/vol1/iss21/6