Solidarity or Survival? American Labor and European Immigrants, 1830-1924

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Tables Acknowledgments Introduction Atrisans, Ideology, and Nativism in Pre-Civil War American The Developing Response of Urban Labor to Immigration, 1860-1873 The Knights of Labor and Solidarity The American Federation of Labor, Induced Immigration, and the Literacy Test Labor and Immigration in the 1890s: A Reassessment The Undermining of Solidarity in the Labor Movement, 1880-1914 Labor's Debate on Immigration: Restrictionists versus Internationlists 1900-1917: The Turning Point in Labor's Immigration Policy The Eclipse of Solidarity, 1917-1924 Conclusion Bibliographical Essay Index

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