The Saloon: Public Drinking in Chicago and Boston, 1880-1920
Presents evidence that the saloon, played an important role in the working-class community life. Focusing on public drinking in Chicago and Boston, this book offers a discussion of the saloon, as a social institution and a locus of the struggle between middle-class notions of privacy and working-class uses of public space.
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From Entrepreneur to Employee
The Saloon as a Small Business The Function of Failure
The Saloon and the Public Neighborhood
Public Politics and the Saloon
The Public Melting Pot
The Saloon in a City of Strangers
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