Labor in Modern Industrial Society

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LABOR
in
Modern Industrial Society

BY NORMAN J. WARE, PH. D. Department of Economics and Social Science Wesleyan University AUTHOR OF The Industrial Worker, 1840-1860, and The Labor Movement in the United States, 1860-1895

D. C. HEATH AND COMPANY BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA SAN FRANCISCO DALLAS LONDON

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter I- Modern Capitalism 3
  • Bibliography 22
  • Chapter II- Working Class and Its Leaders 23
  • Bibliography 50
  • Chapter III- The Position of Labor as Producer 51
  • Bibliography 68
  • Chapter IV- Problems of Labor as Consumer 69
  • Bibliography 93
  • Chapter V- Problems of Labor as Consumer (continued) 94
  • Bibliography 122
  • Chapter VI- The Labor Movement 123
  • Bibliography 151
  • Chapter VII- Reform and Politics 152
  • Bibliography 175
  • Chapter VIII- The Civil War and After 176
  • Bibliography 193
  • Chapter IX- Farmer-Labor Revolt 194
  • Bibliography 210
  • Chapter X- Karl Marx and European Socialism 211
  • Bibliography 237
  • Chapter XI- Revolutionary America 238
  • Bibliography 257
  • Chapter XII- American Federation of Labor 258
  • Bibliography 271
  • Chapter XIII- Homestead and Pullman 272
  • Bibliography 291
  • Chapter XIV- The "Class Conflict" 292
  • Bibliography 319
  • Chapter XV- "Class Collaboration" in Coal 320
  • Bibliography 330
  • Chapter XVI- Organized Labor and the Courts 331
  • Bibliography 350
  • Chapter XVII- Dynamite and Its Causes 351
  • Bibliography 376
  • Chapter XVIII- The Organization of Labor 378
  • Bibliography 404
  • Chapter XIX- Industrial Paternalism 405
  • Bibliogrhy 435
  • Chapter XX- Labor and the State 436
  • Summary 468
  • Bibliography 471
  • Chapter XXI- Labor Conditioning 472
  • Bibliography 498
  • Chapter XXII- Labor and the National Industrial Recovery Act 499
  • Bibliography 538
  • Chapter XXXII- Conclusion 539
  • Index 549
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