The working-class history of the Russian Federation

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Unpaid Wages Raise the Risks of Social Instability in Russia
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), ICFTU OnLine... 24 March 1997. ICFTU credits itself for bringing various Russian labor organizations together into a united front, but Russian government, the corporations, and labor just pass the buck in a situation without solution.
Workers find their voice again and demand greater say
By Simon Pirani, Labour News Network, 20 March 2000. Russian workers are campaigning not only against long delays in paying wages, but also for a greater say in how their workplaces are run. Plans to privatise factories, and the arrival of owners that workers do not trust, have sparked a series of conflicts.