By Stan Weir
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In each of the shipyards, the workers developed leaders loyal to them. This does not happen straightaway by official election. The leaders are 28 The Role of the Individual symbols of a complex process—and are one of its products. The process begins in informal work groups with (i) the socialization necessary to the performance of the job. It then graduates to (2) fun socialization, and then escalates to (3) a socialization of mutual protection. Leaders emerge from these groups by selection of their peers.
The good reviews kept on coming, in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Review of Books, academic journals, and other national dailies. We knew there were other worker writers out there. I had also worked partners on the waterfront with Reg Theriault. Friends led us to other writers. After we had published four or five titles, however, writers began to seek us out. A case in point is Maynard Seider, who published A Year in the Life of a Factory with us. He wrote us asking if we would be interested in a book about his factory experiences.
None would be a more accurate word. It might be that a large part of the problem is San Pedro. From a distance, though still in sight, I sense community with the maritime workers I see around me as I move about the area. But this is obviously not enough. Nor, I suspect, is the real problem San Pedro. In my mind, I list my friends around the country. " With none of them have I sufficiently parallel depth of interest to supply me with kindred soul company. What I am really looking for are friends who are intellectuals of the sort represented by Jean Malaquais in War Diary; Harvey Swados in "A Story for Teddy" and "Coney Island Uncle"; by Gide of The Journals of Andre Gide; by Rilke, Goethe, Dzerzhinsky, Max Sterling, Albert Goldman, Clement Greenberg, James Jones of From Here to Eternity (not the succeeding books); Yasunari Kawabata (all titles); by The Harp of Burma, of an earlier Clancy Sigal in Weekend in Dinlock and Going Away; Ignazio Silone, his unrevised Bread and Wine and Fontamara; Andre Malraux of Man's Fate; John Fowles of Islands (especially); Jimmy Baldwin of Nobody Knows My Name (and other essays); and Carolyn See—her reviews in the LA.
Singlejack Solidarity by Stan Weir