The Working Class in Canadian History
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This assignment involves two interviewed subjects reflecting on the changed environment in the labour force since 1960s. The paper looks at the unsuitability of unionisation to their particular field.
From the Paper:"This paper's focus on Oral History has been most helpful in removing a number of assumptions to do with post-World War II labour in Toronto, and an industry that has forever drawn new Canadian workers. Two subjects were interviewed, at length, the first, a now retired person who spent his entire working life in the Canadian hospitality industry. (Schiff ) His background was not working class. Instead, he was a delasse European displaced person who arrived in Toronto as a youth with his mother, in the early 1950s."
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