All together different Yiddish Socialists, garment workers, and the Labor roots of multiculturalism (Book, 2013) [WorldCat.org]
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All together different Yiddish Socialists, garment workers, and the Labor roots of multiculturalism

Author: Daniel Katz
Publisher: New York, NY New York Univ. Press 2013
Series: The Goldstein-Goren series in American Jewish history
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Investigates why immigrant Jewish women unionists appealed to an international force of coworkers

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Katz
ISBN: 9780814748367 0814748368 9781479873258 147987325X
OCLC Number: 1073715659
Description: XIV, 298 Seiten Illustrationen
Contents: Preface Abbreviations Introduction Part I 1 "Harmoniously Functioning Nationalities": Yiddish Socialism in Russia and the United States, 1892-1918 2 The Revolutionary and Gendered Origins of Garment Workers' Education, 1909-1918 3 Political Factionalism and Multicultural Education, 1917-1927 4 Reconstructing a Multicultural Union, 1927-1933 Part II 5 All Together Different: Social Unionism and the Multicultural Front, 1933-1937 6 Politics and the Precarious Place of Multiculturalism, 1933-1937Part III 7 From Yiddish Socialism to Jewish Liberalism: The Politics and Social Vision of Pins and Needles, 1937-1941 Epilogue: Cosmopolitan Unionism and Mutual Culturalism in the World War II Era Notes Bibliography Index About the Author
Series Title: The Goldstein-Goren series in American Jewish history
Responsibility: Daniel Katz.

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All Together Different will be a useful text for students of American labor, immigration, Jewish studies, and women's studies. It should also be required reading for any current labor activist or Read more...

 
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