Bread--and Roses: The Struggle of American Labor, 1865-1915
Random House, 1973 - 231 стор.
Uses original source material to portray the momentous changes that took place in American labor, industry, and trade-unionism following the Civil War. Focuses on the work environment in this early age of mass production and mechanization, and shows how abusive conditions often led to labor unrest.
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Revolution by Machine
Women Who Work
Tenements and Sweatshops
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