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American Labor

Author : M. Dubofsky
ISBN : 9781137044976
Genre : History
File Size : 78. 16 MB
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This single-volume comprehensive compilation of documents integrates institutional labour history (movements and trade unions) with aspects of social and cultural history, as well as charting changes in trade union and managerial practices, and integrating the economics and politics of labour history. It includes documents that treat household relations as well as industrial relations; women as domestic workers and unpaid household labour as well as factory workers; and African American, Hispanic American (especially Mexican and Mexican American), and Asian workers as well as white workers. American Labor offers readers an insight into the full spectrum historically of workers, their daily lives, and the movements that they created.

A Documentary History Of American Industrial Society And Suppl Labor Conspiracy Case

Author : John Rogers Commons
ISBN : UOM:49015002204866
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 30. 46 MB
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A Documentary History Of The Conflict Between The American Federation Of Labor And The Committee For Industrial Organization

Author : Arthur Eugene Bestor
ISBN : STANFORD:36105047329292
Genre : Business & Economics
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A Documentary History Of American Industrial Society Labor Movement

Author : John Rogers Commons
ISBN : UOM:39015022756830
Genre : Labor
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A Documentary History Of American Industrial Society Labor Conspiracy Cases 1806 1842

Author : John Rogers Commons
ISBN : UOM:39015022756814
Genre : Working class
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A Documentary History Of American Industrial Society Labor Movement 1840 1860

Author : John Rogers Commons
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019970115
Genre : Working class
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Rethinking The American Labor Movement

Author : Elizabeth Faue
ISBN : 9781136175510
Genre : History
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Rethinking the American Labor Movement tells the story of the various groups and incidents that make up what we think of as the "labor movement." While the efforts of the American labor force towards greater wealth parity have been rife with contention, the struggle has embraced a broad vision of a more equitable distribution of the nation’s wealth and a desire for workers to have greater control over their own lives. In this succinct and authoritative volume, Elizabeth Faue reconsiders the varied strains of the labor movement, situating them within the context of rapidly transforming twentieth-century American society to show how these efforts have formed a political and social movement that has shaped the trajectory of American life. Rethinking the American Labor Movement is indispensable reading for scholars and students interested in American labor in the twentieth century and in the interplay between labor, wealth, and power.

Our Own Time

Author : David R. Roediger
ISBN : 0860919633
Genre : Political Science
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Our Own Time retells the story of American labor by focusing on the politics of time and the movements for a shorter working day. It argues that the length of the working day has been the central issue for the American labor movement during its most vigorous periods of activity, uniting workers along lines of craft, gender and ethnicity. The authors hold that the workweek is likely again to take on increased significance as workers face the choice between a society based on free time and one based on alienated work and unemployment.

Colonial Spanish America

Author : Kenneth Mills
ISBN : 0842025731
Genre : History
File Size : 31. 1 MB
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Colonial Spanish America is a book of readings about people—people from different worlds who came together to form a society by chance and by design in the years after 1492. The book is meant to enrich, not repeat, the work of existing texts on this period, and its focus on people makes it stand out from other books that have concentrated on the political and economic aspects of the culture. This text provides a detailed look at the cultural development of colonial Latin America using readings, documents, historical analysis, and visual materials, including photographs, drawings, and paintings. The book makes interesting and exciting use of the illustrations and documents, which show social changes, puzzling developments, and the experience of living in the colonial society. Religion and society are the integral themes of Colonial Spanish America. Religion becomes the nexus for much of what has been treated as political, social, economic, and cultural history during this period. Society is just as inclusive, allowing the reader to meet a variety of individuals-not faceless social groups. While some familiar faces and voices are included-namely those of Spanish conquerors, chroniclers, and missionaries-other, less familiar points of view complement and complicate the better-known narratives of this history. In treating Iberia and America, before as well as after their meeting, apparent contradictions emerge as opportunities for understanding; different perspectives become prompts for wider discussion. Other themes include exploration; military and spiritual conquest; and the formation, consolidation, reform, and collapse of colonial institutions of government and the Church, and the accompanying changes in the economy and labor. Colonial Spanish America: A Documentary History is an excellent tool for Latin American history survey courses.

American History Through Its Greatest Speeches A Documentary History Of The United States 3 Volumes

Author : Jolyon P. Girard
ISBN : 9781610699709
Genre : History
File Size : 27. 21 MB
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What did America's greatest orators say regarding significant issues and concerns throughout United States history? This three-volume set examines hundreds of the most historically significant speeches from colonial times to the modern era, allowing readers to consider exactly what the speakers said—and to better understand the motivations behind each speech as well as the effect on the audiences that heard them. • Presents chronologically arranged entries that provide a documentary view of American history through the speeches that have shaped the United States • Includes background material that gives students primary texts to work with and helps them develop their critical reading, thinking, and writing skills • Supplies extensive background information that places each speech in its historical context

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