In the Shadow of the Statue of Liberty: Immigrants, Workers, and Citizens in the American Republic, 1880-1920

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Marianne Debouzy
University of Illinois Press, 1992 - History - 320 pages
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Contents

German Immigrant Workers Views of America in the 1880s
5
The American Republic Viewed by the Italian Left 18801920
23
America in the Swedish Labor Press 1880s to 1920s
45
The Immigrant Experience
63
The Experience of South Slav Immigrants on Ellis Island and the Establishment of the Slavonic Immigrant Society in New York
67
Polish Peasant Immigrants and Work in America 18801921
83
Freedom in the Workplace? Immigrants at the Scovill Manufacturing Company 19151921
95
The Transatlantic Perspective
111
The American Connection
157
A Nation Intended for a Race of Free Men
189
American Ironworkers 18601892
197
Some Thoughts on Class and Citizenship in America in the Late Nineteenth Century
213
Organized Labors Reaction to Immigration 18811897
229
The Attitude of German Socialist Immigrants toward American Political Institutions and American Citizenship
257
The Haymarket Trial
275
Political Participation of the American Working Class at the End of the Nineteenth Century
293

Sicilian Radicals in Two Worlds
117
Hungarian Immigration and Socialism
129
The Frenchspeaking Coal Miners in the Late Nineteenth Century
143
Summaries
311
Notes on Contributors
317
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