5 edition of US labor and political action, 1918-24 found in the catalog.
US labor and political action, 1918-24
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-202) and index.
|Other titles||U.S. labor and political action, 1918-24., United States labor and political action, 1918-24.|
|LC Classifications||HD 8085 .N53 S77 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||98055308|
Labor Spotlight. American Labor and U.S. History Textbooks: How Labor’s Story is Distorted in High School History Textbooks “Imagine opening a high school U.S. history textbook and finding no mention of —or at most a passing sentence about—Valley Forge, the Missouri Compromise, or the League of Nations ”. While the leading activists, organizers, and radicals feared that consumerist tendencies made working women seem frivolous and dissuaded them from political action, these women, in fact, went on strike in very large numbers during the period, proving themselves to be politically active, astute, and Ladies of Labor, Girls of 3/5(1).
Book X: 1 After these matters we ought perhaps next to discuss pleasure. let us proceed to review the opinions that have been expressed about pleasure. 2 and-apart from the political action itself-aims at despotic power and honours, or at all events happiness, for him and his fellow citizens-a happiness different from political action. Overview of the Knights of Labor, the first important national labor organization in the United States, founded in Named the Noble Order of the Knights of Labor by its first leader, Uriah Smith Stephens, it originated as a secret organization meant to protect its members from employer retaliations.
Oriental or Western, traditional or modern, power-justice interface has been the most enduring dilemma of political wisdom and action. Power is the main instrument of politics. What is the MNPL? The Machinists Non-Partisan Political League (MNPL) is the political arm of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW), the union with which the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) is affiliated. Created in , the MNPL is one of the most powerful and influential political action committees (PACs) in the United States.
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The book The New Labor Press: Journalism U.S. labor and political action, a comparison of independent political action in New York, Chicago, and Seattle.
Myers, Donald. "Birth and Establishment of the Labor Press in the United States," M.A. thesis, University of Wisconsin, O'Connell, Mary J. "The Seattle Union Record.
Get this from a library. US labour and political action, a comparison of independent political action in New York, Chicago, and Seattle.
[Andrew Strouthous] -- "Today in the USA millions are discontented with the two main parties, as a recent attempt by union activists to launch a labor party demonstrates.
Yet few are aware that saw the most. In this detailed examination of the strategies pursued by both radical labor and the capitalist class in the struggle for industrial unionism, David Milton argues that while radical social change and independent political action were traded off by the industrial working class for economic rights, this was neither automatic nor : David Milton.
David Milton’s book really tells us what happened to American labor during a crucial period. Milton better than anyone in recent years describes a failure of nerve. Yet his book is an antidote to despair—a revelatory, important book.
—Studs Terkel, author, Working. The alliance of the industrial labor movement with the Democratic Party under Franklin D. Roosevelt has, perhaps more than any other factor, shaped the course of class relations in the United States over the ensuing forty years.
Much has been written on the interests that were thereby served, and those that were coopted. In this detailed examination of the strategies pursued by both radical. The Human Condition, first published inis Hannah Arendt's account of how "human activities" should be and have been understood throughout Western history.
Arendt is interested in the vita activa (active life) as contrasted with the vita contemplativa (contemplative life) and concerned that the debate over the relative status of the two has blinded us to important insights about the vita.
The typical factory worker in the late nineteenth century worked ten hours a day, six days a week. Unskilled workers were paid between $ and $ a day; skilled workers might make twice as much, while women (who became a significant percentage of the labor force after the Civil War), children, and African‐Americans were paid considerably less.
Rise and Fall of Labor Unions. The late 19th century and the 20th century brought substantial industrial Americans left farms and small towns to work in factories, which were organized for mass production and characterized by steep hierarchy, a reliance on relatively unskilled labor, and low wages.
With the coming of the New Deal, organized labor in the United States rejected both independent political action and the nonpartisan voluntarism of the Samuel Gompers era.
Instead, it entered into a partnership with non-Southern Democrats that partially approximated the social-democratic party union alliances common in Western Europe. Employees come to work to perform a job, but they also bring their social, political and personal ideologies, which they may choose to express in conversations with co-workers, on their clothing.
The Conference for Progressive Labor Action (CPLA) was a left-wing American political organization established in May by A. Muste, the director of Brookwood Labor organization was established to promote industrial unionism and to work for reform of the American Federation of dissolved itself in December to form the American Workers Party.
Central labor councils and state federations must represent strategic centers for local political action, coalition-building, member education and inter-union support. If any of this is to work, then central labor councils and state federations must look more like their memberships.
Structure and governance. The NEA has a membership of just under million people, with membership levels dropping every year since The NEA is incorporated as a professional association in a few states and as a Trade union in most.
The group holds a congressional charter under Title 36 of the United States is not a member of the AFL–CIO, but is part of Education International.
US Labor Unions History: Industrialization in America US Labor Unions began forming in the 's in response to the social and economic impact of the Industrial Revolution and Industrialization in was the era in US history that saw the emergence of important industries in agriculture, oil, mining, the railroads, steel, textiles and manufacturing.
The personal is political, also termed The private is political, is a political argument used as a rallying slogan of student movement and second-wave feminism from the late s. It underscored the connections between personal experience and larger social and political structures.
In the context of the feminist movement of the s and s, it was a challenge to the nuclear family and. Her website,highlights strategies for improving retail work and retail workers' lives.
Coulter is the coeditor of "Governing Cultures: Anthropological Perspectives on Political Labor, Power, and Government" () and is the author of 15 book chapters and journal articles on.
“Kim Moody is one of the leading intellectuals of the labor movement.”―Robin D.G. Kelley, author of Race Rebels: Culture, Politics and the Black Working Class.
In his latest book, Kim Moody analyzes how recent changes in capitalism have altered both the composition of the working class and the economic and political ground on which it s: 2.
“This book advances our understanding of Hannah Arendt’s ideas of action and political life with an original and provocative focus on the idea of the Daimon. Tchir critically assesses Arendt’s encounter with Heidegger, Marx, and Kant, leaving us with a better understanding of her and the political theorists with whom she grappled.
Political values and extra-institutional political participation: The impact of economic redistributive and social libertarian preferences on protest behaviour. International Political Science Review, p. Federal law requires that unions disclose to the Department of Labor “direct and indirect disbursements to all entities and individuals associated with political disbursements or contributions in money.”17 These LM-2 reports are available on the Department of Labor’s website.
This companion guide to Politics the Wellstone Way, the best-selling introduction to political action, features the in-depth knowledge that campaigns need to take energy and engagement to the next level—getting elected. If you have ever considered volunteering for a political candidate, working for a campaign, or even running for public office yourself, Winning Your Election the Wellstone.Melvyn Dubofsky, a historian of US working-class history whose body of work focuses on the s to the present, is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History and Sociology at Binghamton University-SUNY.
Joseph A. McCartin, a historian of the US labor movement and 20th-century US social and political history, is a Professor of History at Georgetown University, where he has taught since Arendt helps us to see that the dysfunctional nature of today’s politics is illustrative of what happens when work and labor displace action in the vita activa.
The shared tendency of both parties to conceive of politics in terms of grappling with a series of technical problems that have definitive solutions suggests that many of their.