Do you know of any authors or literature that discusses the way that union and Labour movements in 19th and 20th century were able to strike deals in favor of their constituents but ultimately threw indigenous and black people in colonized places under the bus?
I am reading carbon democracy by Timothy Mitchel which does a good job of making some of these connections but not sure if there’s other people who address it more directly
Particularly unions/Labour movements in England but I am open to wherever
Not sure about in England but from what I remember this is kind of relevant, but is about solidarity across ethnic or racial lines
Anarchism and syndicalism in an African port city
Think I also might have come across this in the USA will update if I remember