Workers' report on the conditions of labor and their effect on patient care at San Francisco General Hospital, March 1979. With the assistance of the Workers Committee to Improve Hospital Services and Rebel Worker Organization
San Francisco: the Institute, 1979. Pamphlet. 42p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, context, methodology, documentation, conclusion and recommendations, bibliography, very good booklet in stapled green wraps with minor wear and fading.
The groups involved were led by Marlene Dixon, best known as the founder of the Democratic Workers Party. The DWP had a significant base at General Hospital among the doctors and staff. The DWP dissolved itself in the late 1980s, after discovering that not only was Dixon often drunk, she was trying to get a university teaching job in Bulgaria.
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