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Rights at Work: Pay Equity Reform and the Politics of Legal Mobilization

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What role has litigation played in the struggle for equal pay between women and men? In Rights at Work, Michael W. McCann explains how wage discrimination battles have raised public legal consciousness and helped reform activists mobilize working women in the pay equity movement over the past two decades.

Rights at Work explores the political strategies in more than a dozen
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Paperback, 372 pages
Published June 25th 1994 by University Of Chicago Press
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