Marge Albert worked as an office worker for twenty-five years. After organizing her own office, she left her job to become a full time organizer for the Distributive Workers of America, helping office workers to organize unions in their own offices. She talks with Bonnie Bellow about her experiences organizing women workers and about the new upsurge in women's trade union activity.
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