|Introduction: Working-Class Formation and the
Knights of Labor||1|
PART ONE The American Labor Movement and Less-Skilled Workers in Comparative Focus |
|1. The First Moment of Working-Class Formation:
The Journeymen's Revolt||21|
|2. Skilled and Less-Skilled Work, 1830-1880||46|
|3. The Second Moment of Working-Class Formation:
The Knights of Labor||72|
PART TWO An Exploration of Solidarity in the New Jersey Knights of Labor |
|4. Industry and Labor in Nineteenth-Century New Jersey||105|
|5. The Foundations of Solidarity||136|
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Book title: The Making of American Exceptionalism:The Knights of Labor and Class Formation in the Nineteenth Century.
Contributors: Kim Voss - Author.
Publisher: Cornell University Press.
Place of publication: Ithaca, NY.
Publication year: 1993.
Page number: vii.
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