Look for the Union Label: A History of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Labor and Human Resources Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Photographs and Illustrations ix
  • Preface xv
  • Prologue xix
  • Presidents of the Ilgwu xxiii
  • 1 - The Golden Land 3
  • 2 - The Sweatshop 18
  • 3 - The Genesis 30
  • 4 - The Uprising 46
  • 5 - The Revolt 63
  • 6 - The Protocol 75
  • 7 - The Triangle Fire 86
  • 8 - The Bundle 98
  • 9 - Health 125
  • 10 - World War I 134
  • 11 - The Aftermath 147
  • 12 - Civil War 155
  • 13 - Death and Resurrection 169
  • 14 - Beyond Borders 186
  • 15 - Education 196
  • 16 - Politics 209
  • 17 - Afl-Cio 226
  • 18 - The Mobsters 236
  • 19 - World War II 245
  • 20 - Imports 262
  • 21 - Ecclesiastes 271
  • 22 - Challenge and Response-- Part 1 276
  • 23 - Challenge and Response-- Part 2 286
  • Addendum 307
  • Suggested Reading 309
  • Index 323
  • About the Author 336
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