This collection of essays offers a comprehensive examination of the working class experience in British Columbia and contains essential background knowledge for an understanding of contemporary relations between government, labour, and employees. It treats workers' relationship to the province's resource base, the economic role of the state, the structure of capitalism, the labour market and the influence of ethnicity and race on class relations.province, at least three-quarters of all non-manual workers were men, and they have shown an increasing tendency to move into white-collar rather than manual work, particularly during and after the Second World War (Table 2). Nearly 60 per anbsp;...
|Title||:||Workers, Capital, and the State in British Columbia|
|Author||:||Rennie Warburton, David Coburn|
|Publisher||:||UBC Press - 2011-11-01|