History of the Labor Movement in the United States: Volume Two: From the Founding of the American Federation of Labor to the Emergence of American Imperialism

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International Pub, 1975 - Business & Economics - 480 pages
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The '80s Socialist movement and Labor; the Knights of Labor; Haymarket and May Day; Labor political action; The rise of the AFL; The Homestead strike; Coal creek and Cour d'Alene; American Railway Union; Pullman strike; Labor populism; Labor and the Spanish-American War; Labor and imperialism, more.

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Review: History of the Labor Movement in the US 1: From Colonial Times to the Founding of the AFL

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Part one of a ten part project by Philip Foner. This book serves as a corrective to Coffee's history of labor in America and tells another narrative about working people. Foner was of course a famous ... Read full review

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Foner was professor emeritus of history at Lincoln University.

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