7 edition of Labor"s struggles, 1945-1950 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HD8072.5 .R53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||91033419|
Focusing on the intersection between legal regimes and workers’ collective protests, American Labor Struggles draws upon both specialized historical and legal literature and vivid contemporary testimony. Beginning with Casebeer’s own account of an early 18th-century slave revolt and concluding with an analysis of the militant activism of. Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Labor Struggle in the Post Office: From Selective Lo () by Walsh, John.
In the selection of the ten American labor struggles discussed in this book I have kept in mind a number of considerations, for these accounts are intended to be more than chronicles. Undoubtedly there have been many strikes equally important in the history of American labor, many also that were more exciting and would have made more stirring. and labor’s long battle to defeat institutional and cultural racism! Bill and Andy will reflect on how race-baiting, anti-immigrant rhetoric in the white community, and racial solidarity within communities of color played a role in shaping the elections, and he will discuss the lessons for future elections.
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This book skillfully combines autobiography and scholarly analysis to present original insights into this period of labour history. Reviews of Labor's Struggles, A Participant's View There are no reviews yet. Perhaps you can add one!Author: Irving Richter.
1945-1950 book and original, Labor's Struggles, contains information and insights that must be included in any subsequent efforts to interpret this period in labor by: 2. Neither an autobiography nor a scholarly analysis, Labor's Struggles, A Participant's View is a skillful blend of both genres.
Informative and original in its insights and analyses, this book provides the reader with information available from no other source. Bolerium Books Mission Street # San Francisco, CA Hours: We're here, but practicing social distancing.
Bolerium will be closed to walk-in traffic while the COVID. "Richter's book points to issues that scholars have just begun to wrestle with: the relationship between labor and the state and the role of labor law in American society. From his privileged position as a UAW senior staffer he offers us a unique vantage point to the internal warfare within the UAW and CIO and a starting point for future research.".
Save on Labor's Struggles, – by Irving Richter / David Montgomery. Shop your textbooks from Zookal AU today. Neither an autobiography nor a scholarly analysis, Labor's Struggles, – A Participant's View is a skilful blend of both genres.
Informative and original in Labors struggles. ''American Labor Struggles and Law Histories is an indispensable compendium of excellent writing, critical to an understanding of the relationship between law and labor and the past and present.
I recommend it for serious students of labor history and labor law.'' --William Labors struggles. Gould IV, Charles A. Beardsley Professor of Law, Emeritus, Stanford Reviews: 1. Rebuilding Poland: Workers and Communists, - Padraic Kenney - Google Books The first book to examine the communist takeover in Poland from the bottom up, and the first to use archives.
Labor's Struggles, A Participant's View Informative and original, Labor's Struggles, contains information and insights that must be included in any subsequent efforts to interpret this period in labor history. Death in the Haymarket: A Story of Chicago, the First Labor Movement and the Bombing That Divided Gilded Age America (Paperback).
A collection of essays on workers' efforts in the 19th and 20th centuries to assert control over the processes of production in US. It describes the development of management techniques and includes discussions of various worker and union responses to unemployment.
Learn more about events from the West Virginia Mine Wars within a national context during a period that was punctuated by violent struggle between labor and management. Martinsburg, WV, July Boycotts and the labor struggle; [Hardcover]: : Laidler, Harry Wellington, [from old catalog]: Bücher.
Aaron is a serious and quiet little boy. He sits at the kitchen table with a book from school looking like he's ready to go into battle. He hunches down over the page, pointing to each word so with such force that his index finger is white at the tip. It's painful for his mom, Rona, to listen to him as he labors.
The life of a 19th-century American industrial worker was hard. Even in good times wages were low, hours long, and working conditions hazardous. Little of the wealth that the growth of the nation had generated went to its workers.
Moreover, women and children made up a high percentage of the work force in some industries and often received but a fraction of the wages a man could earn. Book Description. Work and Struggle: Voices from U.S. Labor Radicalism focuses on the history of U.S.
labor with an emphasis on radical currents, which have been essential elements in the working-class movement from the mid nineteenth century to the late twentieth century. Showcasing some of labor's most important leaders, Work and Struggle offers students and instructors a variety of voices.
This book, subtitled “One Woman’s Courage in the Struggle for American Labor Union Rights” tells the story of labor activist Fannie Sellins. Fannie Sellins was born Fanny Mooney in She married Charles Sellins, and after his relatively early death (when her youngest was just a baby) she had to support her four children.4/5(52).
The purpose of the book is to provide essential data sources for researchers and students inside and outside of Korea who are interested in Korea’s labor history, labor politics, and culture.
The book consists of seven chapters, covering the following seven periods: (1) – (Japanese Colonialism); (2) – (post-Liberation); (3. Richter, Irving, Labor's Struggles, A Participant's View (Cambridge, ).
Riss, Arthur, "Racial Essentialism and Family Values in Uncle Tom's Cabin," American Quarterly, 46 (), Solidarity and Democracy is an exciting short history of UE — a story of struggle and determination.
Framed within the history of labor, politics and workers' struggles in the 20th Century, Solidarity and Democracy vividly portrays UE's determination to remain a militant, democratic, rank-and-file union. 92 pages of powerful reading; more than 60 photos and illustrations (included in the UE.
These days, Americans are more likely to associate Labor Day with cookouts, the beginning of the school year and a much-needed three-day weekend.
7 terrific books about America's labor movement.Colonial Migrants at the Heart of Empire is the first in-depth look at the experiences of Puerto Rican migrant workers in continental U.S. agriculture in the twentieth century.
The Farm Labor Program, established by the government of Puerto Rico inplaced hundreds of thousands of migrant workers on U.S.
farms and fostered the emergence of many stateside Puerto Rican communities. Jane Slaughter of Labor Notes suggests another of Arnow’s books, Hunter’s Horn, nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in and set in the Kentucky mountains. “On the surface it's about fox-hunting—the mountain way, not the English lords and ladies way,” she says, “but deeper down it's about the lives available to girls and women.”.