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by A. B. Chitty,Joe Sacco,Priscilla Murolo
A comprehensive history of American labor. Enlivened and diverted by the humorous cartoon narratives of Joe Sacco. Like Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States," this work shows the great depth and breadth of the workers struggle in the story of America
A comprehensive history of American labor. An enjoyable introduction to American working-class history. Like Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States," this work shows the great depth and breadth of the workers struggle in the story of America. From the days of the American War of Independence, workers united against every form of slavery, dominance, and exploitation,. Their struggles won the 40-hour week, the 8-hour day, the end of child labor, workplace safety laws, and the minimum wage.
Outstanding history of labor in this country, up to about 2000. This is really more of an American history book with some Labor history thrown in. Overall, it's a good idea but the execution is lacking. The range of this history is broad, including bonded servants, Native Americans, slaves, and undocumented workers along with native-born laborers.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-344) and index. From the folks Who Brought You the Weekend is an history of labor in the United States, capturing the full range of working people's struggles, from indentured servants and slaves in the seventeenth-century Chesapeake to high-tech workers in contemporary Silicon Valley.
Priscilla Murolo teaches American history at Sarah Lawrence College. Weekend: An Illustrated History of Labor in the United States (The New Press). He lives in Portland, Oregon. The co-author, with . Chitty, of From the Folks Who Brought You the Weekend: An Illustrated History of Labor in the United States (The New Press), she lives in Yonkers, New York. Comics journalist Joe Sacco is the author of Palestine, Safe Area Gorazde, and The Great War and the illustrator for From the Folks Who Brought You the. Chitty works as a librarian systems officer at Queens College.
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Chitty have added a wealth of fresh analysis of labor's role in American life, with new material on sex workers, disability issues, labor's relation to the global justice movement and the immigrants' rights movement, the 2005 split in the AFL-CIO and the movement civil wars that followed, and. the crucial emergence of worker centers and their relationships to unions. Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. Published by New Press, The. Need help ASAP?
Автор: Murolo Priscilla, Chitty A. B. Название: From the Folks Who .
First published in 1964, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was Ian Fleming's only children's book, written for his son Caspar.
of labor in the United States, Priscilla Murolo and A. Chitty; illustrated by Joe Sacco. A Flik grant from Sarah Lawrence College gave Priscilla some money for travel. p. cm. Includes index. Feedback from students in labor history courses at Sarah Lawrence, the Midwest Summer School for Women Workers, and summer workshops sponsored by Hospital and Health Care Workers District 1199 in Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky sharpened the analysis and the narrative. Friends and comrades like Kim Scipes, David Cline, and Gideon Rosenbluth helped us at particular points.
to be a struggle for working people in the United States. The tone for the laboring class was set early on in our nation's history.
From the Folks Who Brought You the Weekend : A Short, Illustrated History of Labor in the United States. Clearly the theme for this book is that life has been and continues to be a struggle for working people in the United States.
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