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U.S. labor in the twentieth century : studies in working-class struggles and insurgency

Author: John H Hinshaw; Paul Le Blanc
Publisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Humanity Books, 2000.
Series: Revolutionary studies.
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Genre/Form: History
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U.S. labor in the twentieth century.
Amherst, N.Y. : Humanity Books, 2000
(OCoLC)654428922
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Hinshaw; Paul Le Blanc
ISBN: 1573928658 9781573928656
OCLC Number: 44090562
Description: 397 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Why the working class still matters / Paul Le Blanc and John Hinshaw --
The making of the American working class / Harry Braverman --
Working-class studies : where it's been lately and where it's going / Sherry Linkon ... [et al.] --
Ethnic organizing : a double-edged sword / Dan Georgakas --
The Appeal to reason and the mass socialist movement before World War I / David Riehle --
Representations of women in narratives about the great steel strike of 1919 / David Demarest --
Reflections on the great migration to western Pennsylvania / Joe W. Trotter --
The gendered social world of steelmaking : a case study of Bethlehem Steel's Sparrows Point plant / Karen Olson --
Revolutionary vanguards in the United States during the 1930s / Paul Le Blanc --
The role of women and of radicals in the first sit-down strikes : an interview with Genora Johnson Dollinger / by Kathleen O'Nan --
Opportunities found and lost : labor, radicals, and the early civil rights movement / Robert Korstad and Nelson Lichtenstein --
A. Philip Randolph and the foundations of black socialism / Manning Marable --
Working-class lives/working-class studies : a historian's perspective / Lizabeth Cohen --
Modest but adequate : standard of living for Mon Valley steelworkers in the union era / Mark McColloch --
We are the union / Ed Mann --
Black workers' struggles for jobs and civil rights in twentieth-century Pittsburgh / John Hinshaw --
Why unions matter / Elaine Bernard --
A century of struggle in Homestead : working-class responses to corporate power / Irwin M. Marcus --
The role of labor today : reflections on the past throw light on the road ahead / James J. Matles --
Seeds of a labor insurgency / Peter Rachleff --
The struggle for survival / General Baker.
Series Title: Revolutionary studies.
Other Titles: United States labor in the twentieth century
Responsibility: edited by John Hinshaw and Paul Le Blanc.

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