With an introduction by
Dorian Warren, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Columbia University
Wednesday, April 25, 5:30 – 8 p.m.
Room 430 B/C
School of Law Building
Fordham University – Lincoln Center
140 West 62nd Street, New York, NY
Book signing and reception to follow
“In prose both accessible and dramatic, Chris Rhomberg has given us aprofound and carefully detailed analysis of a landmark struggle betweenlabor and management in the ’90s. . . His book effectively links the changingbargaining table and its erosion to the growing inequality in our society.The Broken Table is must reading for all concerned with the changinglabor landscape, Detroit, and the political-economic challenges ahead.”WILLIAM B. GOULD IV, Charles A. Beardsley Professor of Law, emeritus,Stanford Law School, and chairman, National Labor Relations Board (1994–1998)
“Chris Rhomberg brings to his account of this epic conflict the kind ofhistorical understanding, sociological insight, and legal acumen that illuminatesthe world of work in our day. The Broken Table is essential readingfor anyone who wants to grasp the profound economic and ideological rupturesthat have so decimated American unions and eroded working-class livingstandards during the last three decades.” NELSON N. LICHTENSTEIN, MacArthurFoundation Chair in History, University of California, Santa Barbara
Subway: Take the A, B, C, D, or 1 train to 59th/ColumbusCircle. Walk one block west on 60th St. to Columbus Ave. and turn right,walk two blocks north and turn left at 62nd St.
By car: From 10th Avenue going uptown turn right onto 62nd Street.The School of Law is on the right near the corner of Columbus Ave. A publicparking garage is on the left on 62nd Street across from the School ofLaw.