It's official: the union movement is in crisis. By the end of the 1990s it could be reduced to a quarter of the workforce. But it's easier to diagnose the malaise than to suggest cures. The Clothing and Allied Trades Union, and secretary Anna Booth, have become well-known for innovative forms of unionism. ALR asked them for their views on the crisis.
Recommended CitationBurchell, David, Stemming the Tide, Australian Left Review, 1(113), 1989, 26-30.