Blood, Sweat, and Fear

Earlier today over at Activehistory.ca, the History Slam returned from its winter hiatus. And we came back with a good one as I got to  talk with Jeremy Milloy about his book Blood, Sweat, and Fear: Violence at Work in the North American Auto Industry, 1960-1980. In the episode, we talk about what constitutes violence in the workplace, why he chose to study the auto industry, and the decline of collectivity. We also chat about violence’s role in productivity, how gender and race influence violence, and how universality of these issues. You can find the full post here.

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