|I've been occasionally a volunteer historian on labor at Stanford. Retired after decades employed at Stanford, I haven't been as thorough as a disciplined researcher might. There's plenty of room for students interested in following similar labor developments, stories never told. What succeed, or not - and why not. All good questions.
||There are some interesting recent developments. University administration operates the rudimentary elements of a company union, so carefully guarded that almost nobody knows it's there. The result is that repression at Stanford is mostly self-censorship now. The motivational groundwork to maintain that control is very carefully monitored and enforced.