2 edition of Strikes in the United States 1881-1974 found in the catalog.
Strikes in the United States 1881-1974
P. K. Edwards
|Series||Warwick studies in industrial relations|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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EDWARDS, P. K. Strikes in the United States Basil Blackwell, Oxford xvi, pp. £ "Since the s, there has been no dramatic alteration in the amount of strike activity" in the United States. The author applies a great many quantitative methods to investigate the distinctly American strike pattern. Abstract. The early morning hours of Septem , were peaceful and quiet as the residents of East Cleveland slept, unaware of the mischief about to the first hours of that Friday morning, a large, dark sedan crept up East 86th Street toward the north side of the Play House. A fuse was : Jeffrey Ullom.
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Get this from a library. Strikes in the United States, [P K Edwards]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: The trend of strikes, --The economic, organization and political determinants of strike activity --Strikes and industrialization, --The years of institutionalization, --The working of the institutional system, --Conclusion: American strike trends reconsidered.
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Format Book Published New York: St. Martin's Press, Description xvi, p. ; 23 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Subject headings Strikes and lockouts--United States--History.
ISBN With the advent in the s of such labor organizations as the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor, strikes became more frequent. Some of the more important industry-wide strikes in the United States have been those waged by the railroad employees in andby the United Mine Workers in and –47, by the.
Some of the more important industry-wide strikes in the United States have been those waged by the railroad employees in andby the United Mine Workers in and –47, by the steel workers in,andand by the auto workers in and The encyclopedia of strikes in American history HDE39 Industrial disputes and federal legislation, with special reference to the railroad, coal, steel, and.
The war of attrition model also fits Canadian strikes during the s; see Huberman and Young (). Fromthe frequency of compromise grows (except in ) to %. The first Labor Day was held on September 5, in New York City by American labor leader Peter J.
McGuire. McGuire had witnessed Canadian labor union parades and strikes and decided to bring. Author of The cross-sectional analysis of strike activity, The social organization of industrial conflict, Social theory at work, Managing the factory, Strikes in the United States,A critique of the Kerr-Siegel hypothesis of strikes and the isolated mass, The global economy, national states, and the regulation of labour, The social organization of industrial conflict.
Follow P. Edwards and explore their bibliography from 's P. Edwards Author Page. Edwards, Strikes in the United States, – (New York: St. Martin’s Press, ), – Although Edwards’s data reveals a strong relationship between strikes and job-control objectives, Edwards’s attempt to generalize this theory to include, for example, an (exogenous and unexplained) especially intense employer.
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A review of "Strikes in the United States " by P.K. Edwards. The book attempts to explain how and why the American strike picture has been altered during the enormous industrial and institutional changes of the past century. The review applauds the book for bringing more qualitative details into the study of strikes, but critiques its.
From P.K. Edwards, *Strikes in the United States * (the most comprehensive analysis of the history of strikes in America): “Strike frequency rose during the s, fell in the s and then rose to peak levels in the early years of the present century.
It remained high until the s, when a dramatic decline occurred. Strikes in the United States, ‐ By P. Edwards. A Search for Equality: The National Urban League, ‐ By Jesse Thomas Moore, Jr.
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Strikes in the United States, By P. Edwards (New York, St. Martin's Press, ) pp. $ The serious student of the American labor movement should not miss Edwards' Strikes in the United States.
Although the author's discussion of statistics and. Strikes in the United States, –, New York: St. Martin's Press. [Google Scholar], p. On the central role of the left in creating democracy in Europe, see Eley ( Eley, G.
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