History of the Labor Movement in the United States: On the Eve of America's Entrance Into World War 1, 1915-1916

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International Pub, 1982 - Business & Economics - 254 pages
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Henry Ford's $5 day; strikes in Arizona mines, Youngstown OH; Bayonne NJ; NY City Transit strike, 1916; Garment workers; Women workers; RR workers and the 8-hour day; Black workers on the eve of WWI, and 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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