Friedrich A. Sorge's Labor Movement in the United States: A History of the American Working Class from 1890 to 1896

Synopsis

Introduction Buffalo Tennessee April 1893 Domestic Market--Financial Crisis of 1893--Silver and Tariff Legislation--Sugar and Tariff Legislation--Sugar Trust Judicial Power and Practice in the United States, 1894-1895 The Labor Movement, 1893 and 1894 The American Railway Union and the Pullman Strike The Investigation Committee--Postscript The Report of the Chicago Strike of June-July 1894 by the United States Strike Commission The Annual Convention of the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor The Strike in Brooklyn and Other Events The Labor Protective Laws and the Law-Abiding Citizens of Illinois/Socialism The Labor Movement in 1895 The Presidential Election Strikes and the Progress of Social Party Index