The Human Tradition in American Labor History

Eric Arnesen
Rowman & Littlefield, 2004 - 258 páginas
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The Human Tradition in American Labor History is a comprehensive exploration of the American working class from the colonial period to the present. In marked contrast to most academic treatments of American labor, this book presents history through mini-biographical portraits of a diverse selection of workers. Focusing on the contributions of women and minorities and using the racial and ethnic diversity of America's working people as its starting point, The Human Tradition in American Labor History features the most up-to-date research into the experiences of American workers and labor activists in the broadest range of occupations and sectors of the economy.p This book encompasses all aspects of American labor history and reveals the diversity of movements for social change, including unionism, labor politics, and race relations. Students will discover the wide spectrum of people who made labor history. These chronological biographies show how these individuals were instrumental in shaping American labor over the last 250 years.p By giving a new and personal perspective to this topic, The Human Tradition in American Labor History will stimulate as well as educate students in American labor history, and American social history.p

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Mary Hale and Ann Edmonds Gender Womens Work and Health in Colonial Massachusetts
Gabriels Conspiracy The Lives of Enslaved Aritsans in Richmond Virginia
Sarah Bagley Laboring for Life
Beeswax Taylor The Forgotten Legacy of Labor Insurgency in Gilded Age America
William R Riley Limits of Interracial Unionism in the LateNineteenthCentury South
Eugene V Debs From Conservative Unionist to American Socialist
Pauline Newman Immigration Jewish Radicalism and Gender
Karl Yoneda Radical Organizing and Asian American Labor
James Evans Religion and WorkingClass Protest in the New South
A Philip Randolph Labor and the New Black Politics
Vernon Lawhorn Thomas James Buchner and the Green Brothers Reverse Migration in World War II
Dolores Huerta The United Farm Workers Union
Walter Reuther The Promise of Modern America
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Eric Arnesen is professor of history and African American studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he is also chair of the Department of History.

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