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No Holds Barred
From the factory floor to renegotiating NAFTA, challenging GM and defining a new kind of union for Canadians

By (author) Dias, JerryWith Harper, Tim


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A riveting, behind-the-scenes account of what it means to fight for workers' rights in today's world


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JERRY DIAS is the son of Guyanese immigrants. He grew up in a union household, and started working at Toronto's De Havilland aircraft plant when he was twenty. He soon got active in the Canadian Auto Workers and ultimately went to work for the union fulltime. He was elected president of Unifor in 2013. He is married with four grown children and lives in Toronto, Ontario.

TIM HARPER has been a journalist for forty years, thirty-four of which were spent with The Toronto Star. He ran bureaus in Vancouver, Washington and Ottawa and spent more than five years writing a national affairs column syndicated from coast to coast. His previous book, coauthored with Alok Mukherjee, was Excessive Force, on the politics of the Toronto police force. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.


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