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Rebellion in labor unions

Selekman, Sylvia Kopald Mrs.

Rebellion in labor unions

by Selekman, Sylvia Kopald Mrs.

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Published by Boni and Liveright in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Labor unions -- United States.,
    • Strikes and lockouts.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Sylvia Kopald.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD6508 .S4 1924a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination7 p. l., 293 p.
      Number of Pages293
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6665934M
      LC Control Number24014496
      OCLC/WorldCa3082948

        After the Bolsheviks banned all labor unions, one unionist “described the unions as ‘living corpses.’” But its main mission was also to satisfy workers enough to prevent rebellion against both industrialists and the national socialist state. and a forthcoming book on the political spectrum. Much of this matter comes from his new. Chomsky's Recommended Labor History Books List The following is a book list on Labor History made from the references in Noam Chomsky's books. See the home page for details. Book Title Author(s) Total References; The War on Labor and the .

      "working-class Americanism."[1] In Labor, Loyal‐ ty, and Rebellion: Southwestern Illinois Coal Min‐ ers and World War I, historian Carl R. Weinberg argues that during the First World War, the es‐ pousal of patriotism by union leaders and mem‐ bers failed to secure any real gains for workers. Weinberg begins his book by exploring the so‐.   In Labor's Civil War in California: The NUHW Healthcare Workers' Rebellion historian Cal Winslow recounts such a story--the tragic destruction of United Healthcare Workers-West (UHW) by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the struggle to rebuild the union as the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW).

        The Guardian - Back to home the crisis caused by underfunding as a pretext to further erode public education and labor unions. and Los Angeles. His book . “Rebellion in the Unions,” by negative example, shows how that process is still going on today as well as demonstrating how far the CPUSA has departed from its revolutionary history. WHITEWASH The book is basically a whitewash job for the U.S. labor aristocracy and is all the more insidious because of the “Communist” label tacked onto it.


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Rebellion in labor unions book Weinberg argues that 4/5(1). Labor Loyalty, and Rebellion is judiciously argued and meticulously researched. The book is packed with vivid details that help bring the period and the region alive. There are a few ways, however, in which the work could have been strengthened.4/4(1).

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The labor unions, and thus all their members, are guilty of rebellion against lawful authority, just as is the case with a rebellious child, or a revolutionary against the state. Labor unionism is transgression against the fifth commandment of the law of God, “Honor thy father and thy mother,” as is evident from the Heidelberg Catechism’s.

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Rebellion in the Unions: A Handbook for Rank and File Action Item Preview.Buy This Book in Print summary Between andthe coal fields of southern West Virginia witnessed two bloody and protracted strikes, the formation of two competing unions, and the largest armed conflict in American labor history—a week-long battle betw coal miners and 5, state police, deputy sheriffs, and mine guards.