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Militarism and Organized Labor
Philip S. Foner
by Mep Pubns
Written in English
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OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The first organized action --The first labor movement: business unionism in the second phase --Setbacks and survival --In search of shorter hours --The labor movement in the s --The eruption of violence --The Knights of Labor --Strikes of the Knights of Labor --The American Federation of Labor --Shorter hours --The rise of. Michael Goldfield (May 2, ) is an American political scientist, author, labor activist, and former student activist. He is a professor of industrial relations and human resources in the department of political science at Wayne State University in Detroit, mater: Williams College (B.A., ), University .
19 During the late s, presidents and governors most often used military force during labor- management conflicts as a way to (1) support industrialists and end strikes (2) make employers sign collective bargaining agreements (3) protect workers from the private armies of employers (4) replace striking factory workers with soldiers. False: By the time the war ended, workers were better organized and more capable of organizing businesses than they had been before. T/F: A general strike took place in Washington D.C., when other unions joined striking shipyard workers and paralyzed the city for five days.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Foner, Philip Sheldon, Militarism and organized labor, Minneapolis: MEP.
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In this the third of a series of studies of the history of organized labor in Latin America and the Caribean, Alexander explores the history of the Argentine labor movement from the midth century hout most of the 20th century, Argentina had one of the largest, strongest, and most militant organized labor movements in the Western Hemisphere.
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Why Labor Organizing Should Be a Civil Right lays out the case for a new approach, one that takes the issue beyond the confines of labor law by amending the Civil Rights Act so that it prohibits discrimination against workers trying to organize a union.
The authors argue that. Philip Sheldon Foner (Decem – Decem ) was an American labor historian and teacher. Foner was a prolific author and editor of more than books. He is considered a pioneer in his extensive works on the role of radicals, blacks, and women in American labor and political history, which were generally neglected in mainstream academia at the time.
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