History of the Labor Movement in the United States - Vol. 4

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INDEX
Abbott, Lyman, 54
Adamic, Louis, 163n
Adams, Charles, 537n
Adams, Steve, 49-50
Adamson, John, 320
Addams, Jane, 501n
Agitator, The, 422, 472n
Agricultural workers, 473-85
Agricultural Workers Organization, 400, 474-85, 495, 507, 511-12, 514-15, 519- 20, 525, 547, 548, 551
Alar, John, 499-500, 514
Alexander, Moses, 557
Allen, Dudley G., 192
Allen, Robert, 254
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, 299-303
American Civil Liberties Union, 212n
American Federation of Labor, and Agricultural laborers, 260; and auto workers, 384, 388-89; and Catholic Church, 131; conventions, 104; criticism of, 13, 15, 29, 32-33, 37, 397, 417, 421; defended, 397; defends Joe Hill, 154; and foreign-born workers, 121, 294; and founding convention of I.W.W., 25-30, 35, 38-39; Hillquit advocates boring-from-within, 397; influenced by I.W.W., 71; and lumber workers, 218n, 256-57, 521-22; and migratory workers, 116-17; reaction of to Chicago Conference, 25-26; reaction of to formation of I.W.W., 60-61, 63-65; role in free speech fights, 177, 183-85, 197, 199, 200-01, 204-05, 206, 213, 457- 58, 525, 528, 529, 536, 539, 540, 541, 546; role in Moyer, Haywood, Pettibone Case, 52-53, 55; role in I.W.W. strikes, 85-88, 89, 91-92, 94-96, 288, 290-91, 296, 306-07, 338-40, 362-64, 376-78, 379, 493, 504-06, 511; role in Wheat- land Affair, 267-68, 270-71, 272-74, 276; role of Socialists in, 104; and rubber workers, 373-74; and textile workers, 313-14, 353, 357; and unemployed, 436, 444-45, 448, 449-50, 452-53; and Western Federation of Miners, 27-28
American Labor Union, 13, 14, 16, 23, 24- 25, 30, 71
American Railway Union, 13
American Woolen Company, 308, 309, 315, 335, 341, 342, 369
Anarchism, 395-96,
Anarchists, 21, 166, 422, 449
Andreytchine, George, 495, 501
Appeal to Reason, 51-52
Armstrong, Joseph, 283
Ashleigh, Charles, 547-48
Atteaux, Fred E., 335
Australia, 126n, 556
Auto workers, 383-90
A.W.O.See Agricultural Workers Organization400.
Bagan, Walter, 267, 270
Baker, Ray Stannard, 322
Baldwin, Roger, 166
Baran, Felix, 534n
Barnett, George, 70
Barry, John D., 279
Beard, Jefferson, 535, 537
Beaton, Jack, 519
Beck, William, 267, 270
Bellamy, Edward, 143
Bellanca, Fran, 551n
Benoit, Oscar, 336
Berg, John, 527
Berger, Victor L., 16, 26, 61, 73, 104, 309, 327, 339, 393, 396, 401, 402, 403, 406, 407, 408, 437n
Berkman, Alexander, 448n
Bertch, Maxwell, 451
Biscay, J. S., 190-91, 223, 226, 422
Bimson, John, 359, 360, 364
Black, Lloyd, 542
Blackman, William, 526, 527, 536, 544, 546
Blacklists, 240-42, 246
Bocchino, Phillipo, 351
Bohm, Ernest, 327, 425
Bohn, Frank, 15, 24, 390, 394
Boose, Arthur, 495
Booth, E. T., 120
Borah, William E., 50, 56
Boring-from-within, 397, 415-34
Boudin, Louis B., 410
Bowman, Guy, 420
Boycotts, 135, 274-75
Boyd, Frederick Summer, 367
Boylan, Michael, 503-04, 511
Boy Scouts, 132
Brazier, Richard, 153, 166n, 478, 556
Breen John J., 334
Breckman, William, 358
Brennan, Redmond S., 370-71
Brinkman, John H., 55
Brisbane, Arthur, 349n
Brissenden, Paul F., 9, 23n, 31, 159, 210n 279, 450n

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