The Battle For Homestead, 1880-1892: Politics, Culture, and Steel

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University of Pittsburgh Pre, Jun 15, 1992 - History - 584 pages
Paul Krause calls upon the methods and insights of labor history, intellectual history, anthropology, and the history of technology to situate the events of the lockout and their significance in the broad context of America’s Guilded Age. Utilizing extensive archival material, much of it heretofore unknown, he reconstructs the social, intellectual, and political climate of the burgeoning post-Civil War steel industry.

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A solid and thorough history of the Homestead Strike of 1892, in which a powerful steelworkers' union was destroyed in a lockout and protracted struggle. By taking a broad view of the strike and ... Read full review

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