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American labor struggles and law histories

Author: Kenneth M Casebeer
Publisher: Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth M Casebeer
ISBN: 9781611638721 1611638720
OCLC Number: 957455204
Description: xix, 617 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Organization as criminal conspiracy --
The homestead lockout, the Pinkertons, and the militia --
Industrial unions, the Pullman strike, injunctions, and in re Debs (1895) --
The racial division in the labor movement --
The IWW, western radicalism, and deportation --
Open shops --
Textiles and vigilantes in Gastonia --
Distinctly American radicalism in the Depression --
Union and unemployed together in mass movement --
Organization of a company town --
Sit-downs --
The duty to obey : sit-down at sea, or mutiny? --
"Public ... since time immemorial" : the labor history of Hague v. CIO --
Slowdowns and worker control --
Public workers strike and racial justice --
Plant closing --
Communities on strike --
Market fragmentation : service workers in the home --
Contracting out and low-wage, immigrant worker voice --
Plant occupation in a corporate campaign --
Disappearing public services --
Walmart : big box and supply chains --
Wage theft : low-income workers and community centers.
Responsibility: edited by Kenneth M. Casebeer.

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