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Workers in the industrial revolution : recent studies of labor in the United States and Europe / edited by Peter N. Stearns, Daniel J. Walkowitz.

By: Stearns, Peter N [compiler.].
Contributor(s): Walkowitz, Daniel J [compiler.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Books, [1974]Description: x, 442 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 087855081X; 9780878550814; 0878555773 (pbk.); 9780878555772 (pbk.).Subject(s): Working class -- United States -- History | Working class -- Europe -- HistoryDDC classification: 331.1/1/0973 LOC classification: HD8072 | .S822Other classification: 15.50
Contents:
Stearns, P.N. National character and European labor history.--Montgomery, D. The shuttle and the cross.--Sewell, W.H., Jr. The working class of Marseille under the Second Republic.--Tilly, C. The changing place of collective violence.--Hobsbawm, E.J. The labor aristocracy of nineteenth-century Britain.--Thernstrom, S. Laborer and community in 1880.--Gutman, H.G. The Buena Vista affair, 1874-1875.--Hobsbawm, E.J. Custom, wages and work-load in nineteenth-century industry.--Walkowitz, D.J. Working class women in the gilded age.--Thernstrom, S. Working-class social mobility in industrial America.--Crew, D. Definitions of modernity.--Schofer, L. Patterns of worker protest.--Gutman, H.G. The Negro and the United Mine Workers of America.--Dubofsky, M. The origins of Western working-class radicalism, 1890-1905.--Stearns, P.N. Working class women in Britain, 1890-1914.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 425-434) and index.

Stearns, P.N. National character and European labor history.--Montgomery, D. The shuttle and the cross.--Sewell, W.H., Jr. The working class of Marseille under the Second Republic.--Tilly, C. The changing place of collective violence.--Hobsbawm, E.J. The labor aristocracy of nineteenth-century Britain.--Thernstrom, S. Laborer and community in 1880.--Gutman, H.G. The Buena Vista affair, 1874-1875.--Hobsbawm, E.J. Custom, wages and work-load in nineteenth-century industry.--Walkowitz, D.J. Working class women in the gilded age.--Thernstrom, S. Working-class social mobility in industrial America.--Crew, D. Definitions of modernity.--Schofer, L. Patterns of worker protest.--Gutman, H.G. The Negro and the United Mine Workers of America.--Dubofsky, M. The origins of Western working-class radicalism, 1890-1905.--Stearns, P.N. Working class women in Britain, 1890-1914.

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