The Causes of Industrial Unrest

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THE CAUSES OF INDUSTRIAL UNREST

BY JOHN A. FITCH

HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS NEW YORK AND LONDON

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Editor's Introduction vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Chapter I - Introductory 1
  • Part I - Arising from Economic Conditions 9
  • Chapter II - Hours of Labor 10
  • Chapter III - The Wage-Earner's Living 25
  • Reading References 31
  • Chapter IV - The Wage-Earner's Income 32
  • Reading References 63
  • Chapter V - Unemployment 65
  • Reading References 82
  • Part II - Unrest Arising from the Struggle 85
  • Chapter VI - The Labor Movement 89
  • Reading References 100
  • Chapter VII - Collective Bargaining 101
  • Reading References 116
  • Chapter VIII - The Employer's Point of View 118
  • Reading References 139
  • Chapter IX - Opposition to Unions -- Indirect Methods 140
  • Reading References 157
  • Chapter X - Opposition to Unions -- Direct Methods 159
  • Reading References 185
  • Chapter XI - Company Towns 186
  • Reading References 206
  • Chapter XII - Strikes 207
  • Reading References 236
  • Part III - Unrest and the Government 239
  • Chapter XIII - The Policing of Strikes 241
  • Reading References 259
  • Chapter XIV - Legislatures and Courts 260
  • Reading References 278
  • Chapter XV - Trade-Unions and the Injunction 279
  • Reading References 291
  • Chapter XVI - Rights of Unions Under the Law 292
  • Reading References 323
  • Chapter XVII - Labor and the Courts 324
  • Reading References 349
  • Part IV - Fundamental Principles 351
  • Chapter XVIII - The Inevitable Character of The Labor Struggle 355
  • Reading References 370
  • Chapter XIX - The Elimination of Craftsmanship 371
  • Reading References 387
  • Chapter XX - The Wage-Earner's Rights 389
  • Reading References 403
  • Chapter XXI - "Capital, Labor and the Public" 404
  • Index 421
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