Artisans into Workers: LABOR IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA
by Bruce Laurie
University of Illinois Press, 1989
Paper: 978-0-252-06660-3
Library of Congress Classification HD8070.L38 1997
Dewey Decimal Classification 331.110973

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
In the only modern study synthesizing nineteenth-century American labor
history, Bruce Laurie examines the character of working-class factionalism, plebian expectations of government, and relations between the organized few and the unorganized many. Laurie also examines the republican tradition and the movements that drew on it, from the General Trades Unions in the age of Jackson to the Knights of Labor later in the century.
 

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