Demand for dignity the rise of organized labor

Filename: demand-for-dignity-the-rise-of-organized-labor.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015002670837
Release Date: 1970
Number of pages: 43
Author: Charles K. McFarland

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Demand for dignity the rise of organized labor

Filename: demand-for-dignity-the-rise-of-organized-labor.pdf
ISBN: 081143883X
Release Date: 1970
Number of pages: 43
Author: Victor Osborne
Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree

Download and read online Demand for dignity the rise of organized labor in PDF and EPUB Answers questions about length, height, depth, displacement, weight, energy, speed, time, temperature, angles, and volume.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Filename: catalog-of-copyright-entries-third-series.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105006357219
Release Date: 1972
Number of pages: 1838
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress

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We the People

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ISBN: 9780307952066
Release Date: 2016-04-05
Number of pages: 464
Author: Juan Williams
Publisher: Crown

Download and read online We the People in PDF and EPUB What would the Founding Fathers think about America today? Over 200 years ago the Founders broke away from the tyranny of the British Empire to build a nation based on the principles of freedom, equal rights, and opportunity for all men. But life in the United States today is vastly different from anything the original Founders could have imagined in the late 1700s. The notion of an African-American president of the United States, or a woman such as Condoleezza Rice or Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, would have been unimaginable to the men who wrote the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, or who ratified the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. In a fascinating work of history told through a series of in depth profiles, prize-winning journalist, bestselling author, and Fox political analyst Juan Williams takes readers into the life and work of a new generation of American Founders, who honor the original Founders’ vision, even as they have quietly led revolutions in American politics, immigration, economics, sexual behavior, and reshaped the landscape of the nation. Among the modern-day pioneers Williams writes about in this compelling new book are the passionate conservative President Reagan; the determined fighters for equal rights, Thurgood Marshall and Martin Luther King, Jr.; the profound imprint of Rev. Billy Graham’s evangelism on national politics; the focus on global human rights advocated by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt; the leaders of the gay community who refused to back down during the Stonewall Riots and brought gay life into America’s public square; the re-imagined role of women in contemporary life as shaped by Betty Friedan. Williams reveals how each of these modern-day founders has extended the Founding Fathers original vision and changed fundamental aspects of our country, from immigration, to the role of American labor in the economy, from modern police strategies, to the importance of religion in our political discourse. America in the 21st Century remains rooted in the Great American experiment in democracy that began in 1776. For all the changes our economy and our cultural and demographic make-up, there remains a straight line from the first Founders’ original vision, to the principles and ideals of today’s courageous modern day pioneers. From the Hardcover edition.

Corruption and Reform in the Teamsters Union

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ISBN: 0252028252
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 298
Author: David Scott Witwer
Publisher: University of Illinois Press

Download and read online Corruption and Reform in the Teamsters Union in PDF and EPUB "Arguing that the Teamsters Union was by its very nature especially vulnerable to certain forms of corruption, David Witwer charts the process by which organized crime came to play a significant role in sectors of the union, from low-level involvements of the 1930s to suspicions of mob ties among the union's upper echelons beginning in the 1950s. Witwer includes a detailed account of the links forged between the Mafia and union head Jimmy Hoffa as well as the highly revealing McClellan Committee investigation that first brought these links to light."--Jacket.

The Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History Two volume set

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ISBN: 9781400833566
Release Date: 2009-11-09
Number of pages: 1056
Author: Michael Kazin
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online The Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History Two volume set in PDF and EPUB An essential resource for anyone interested in U.S. history and politics, this two-volume encyclopedia covers the major forces that have shaped American politics from the founding to today. Broad in scope, the book addresses both the traditional topics of political history--such as eras, institutions, political parties, presidents, and founding documents--and the wider subjects of current scholarship, including military, electoral, and economic events, as well as social movements, popular culture, religion, education, race, gender, and more. Each article, specially commissioned for this book, goes beyond basic facts to provide readers with crucial context, expert analysis, and informed perspectives on the evolution of American politics. Written by more than 170 leading historians and social scientists, The Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History gives students, scholars, and researchers authoritative introductions to the subject's most important topics and a first step to further research. Features nearly 190 entries, organized alphabetically and written by a distinguished team of scholars, including Dean Baker, Lewis L. Gould, Alexander Keyssar, James T. Kloppenberg, Patricia Nelson Limerick, Lisa McGirr, Mark A. Noll, Jack N. Rakove, Nick Salvatore, Stephen Skowronek, Jeremi Suri, and Julian E. Zelizer Describes key political periods and eras, from the founding to the present day Traces the history of political institutions, parties, and founding documents Explains ideas, philosophies, and movements that shaped American politics Presents the political history and influence of geographic regions Describes the roles of ethnic, racial, and religious groups in the political process Explores the influence of mass culture, from political cartoons to the Internet Examines recurring issues that shape political campaigns and policy, from class, gender, and race to crime, education, taxation, voting, welfare, and much more Includes bibliographies, cross-references, appendixes, a comprehensive index, and more than 50 illustrations and maps

Encyclopedia of U S Labor and Working class History

Filename: encyclopedia-of-u-s-labor-and-working-class-history.pdf
ISBN: 9780415968263
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 1561
Author: Eric Arnesen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Encyclopedia of U S Labor and Working class History in PDF and EPUB Providing sweeping coverage of U.S. labor history, this resource contains over 650 entries, encompassing labor history from the colonial era to the present. Written as an objective social history, the "Encyclopedia" encapsulates the rise and decline, and continuous change of U.S. labor history into the 21st century.

Human Rights Race and Resistance in Africa and the African Diaspora

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ISBN: 9781134849475
Release Date: 2016-10-04
Number of pages: 248
Author: Toyin Falola
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Human Rights Race and Resistance in Africa and the African Diaspora in PDF and EPUB Africans and their descendants have long been faced with abuse of their human rights, most frequently due to racism or racialized issues. Consequently, understanding shifting conceptualizations of race and identity is essential to understanding how people of color confronted these encounters. This book addresses these issues and their connections to social justice, discrimination, and equality movements. From colonial abuses or their legacies, black people around the world have historically encountered discrimination, and yet they do not experience injustice opaquely. The chapters in this book explore and clarify how Africans, and their descendants, struggled to achieve agency despite long histories of discrimination. Contributors draw upon a range of case studies related to resistance, and examine these in conjunction with human rights and the concept of race to provide a thorough exploration of the diasporic experience. Human Rights, Race, and Resistance in Africa and the African Diaspora will appeal to students and scholars of Ethnic and Racial Studies, African History, and Diaspora Studies.

Solidarity Stories

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ISBN: 9780295997926
Release Date: 2015-08-03
Number of pages: 352
Author: Harvey Schwartz
Publisher: University of Washington Press

Download and read online Solidarity Stories in PDF and EPUB The International Longshore and Warehouse Union, born out of the 1934 West Coast maritime and San Francisco general strikes under the charismatic leadership of Harry Bridges, has been known from the start for its strong commitment to democracy, solidarity, and social justice. In this collection of firsthand narratives, union leaders and rank-and-file workers - from the docks of Pacific Coast ports to the fields of Hawaii to bookstores in Portland, Oregon - talk about their lives at work, on the picket line, and in the union. Workers recall the back-breaking, humiliating conditions on the waterfront before they organized, the tense days of the 1934 strike, the challenges posed by mechanization, the struggle against racism and sexism on the job, and their activism in other social and political causes. Their stories testify to the union's impact on the lives of its members and also to its role in larger events, ranging from civil rights battles at home to the fights against fascism and apartheid abroad. Solidarity Stories is a unique contribution to the literature on unions. There is a power and immediacy in the voices of workers that is brilliantly expressed here. Taken together, these voices provide a portrait of a militant, corruption-free, democratic union that can be a model and an inspiration for what a resurgent American labor movement might look like. The book will appeal to students and scholars of labor history, social and economic history, and social change, as well as trade unionists and anyone interested in labor politics and history.

The New York Teacher

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924062247865
Release Date: 1938
Number of pages:

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Who Rules America Now

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ISBN: 0881339385
Release Date: 1997-01-01
Number of pages: 230
Author: G. William Domhoff
Publisher: Waveland PressInc

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Encyclopedia of American Social Movements

Filename: encyclopedia-of-american-social-movements.pdf
ISBN: 9781317471899
Release Date: 2015-07-17
Number of pages: 1750
Author: Immanuel Ness
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Encyclopedia of American Social Movements in PDF and EPUB This four-volume set examines every social movement in American history - from the great struggles for abolition, civil rights, and women's equality to the more specific quests for prohibition, consumer safety, unemployment insurance, and global justice.

The Blast

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ISBN: 1904859089
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 242
Author: Alexander Berkman
Publisher: AK Press

Download and read online The Blast in PDF and EPUB Explosive writing, reporting and rhetoric of Berkman, Emma Goldman, and others who attempted revolution in 1916-17.

Dignity for the Voiceless

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ISBN: 9781782382935
Release Date: 2014-06-30
Number of pages: 348
Author: Ton Salman
Publisher: Berghahn Books

Download and read online Dignity for the Voiceless in PDF and EPUB Willem Assies died in 2010 at the age of 55. The various stages of his career as a political anthropologist of Latin American illustrate how astute a researcher he was. He had a keen eye for the contradictions he observed during his fieldwork but also enjoyed theoretical debate. A distrust of power led him not only to attempt to understand "people without voice" but to work alongside them so they could discover and find their own voice. Willem Assies explored the messy, often untidy daily lives of people, with their inconsistencies, irrationalities, and passions, but also with their hopes, sense of beauty, solidarity, and quest for dignity. This collection brings together some of Willem Assies's best, most fascinating, and still highly relevant writings.

The Affluent Society

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ISBN: UOM:39015026833387
Release Date: 1958
Number of pages: 368
Author: John Kenneth Galbraith
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin

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