4 edition of Labor strife and the economy in the 1970"s found in the catalog.
Labor strife and the economy in the 1970"s
Michael J. Kapsa
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-128) and index.
|Statement||Michael J. Kapsa.|
|Series||Garland studies in the history of American labor|
|LC Classifications||HD5324 .K28 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||98039720|
Labor Unrest and Strikes Although the major national labor unions, with the exception of the AFL, disavowed strikes as a tactic, there were still o strikes involving an estimated million workers between and s and '80s Were a Period of Change in American Society Download MP3 (Right-click or option-click the link.). This is Rich Kleinfeldt. And this is Ray Freeman with THE MAKING OF A NATION-- a VOA Special English program about the history of the United , we tell the story about some social and cultural issues of the s and s.
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For all these reasons, was a favorable jumping-off point for the European economy. Looking back on the extraordinary economic progress of . No issue ignited the partisan divide in postwar America more than the nationwide labor strikes of The "labor vs. capital" battle pitted industrial workers who demanded higher wages in the postwar inflation economy against the industrialists who rejected unions as the product of foreign-inspired anarchist and Bolshevik (Communist) agitators.
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Knocking on Labor’s Door: Union Organizing in the s and the Roots of a New Economic Divide (Justice, Power, and Politics) [Windham, Lane] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Knocking on Labor’s Door: Union Organizing in the s and the Roots of a New Economic Cited by: 7. Labor Revolts in the s.
by Elly Leary. ( ) Topics: History, Labor, Movements. Elly Leary (ellyleary [at] ) is a former autoworker and clerical worker. She is the former Vice President and Bargaining Chair in the UAW.
Since retiring, she has worked with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, Miami Workers Center, and POWER U, all lower-sector community Author: Elly Leary. Long before today’s quieted labor movement came the turbulent s, with its militant picket lines and industry-wide strikes.
During this often-ignored period of U.S. labor history. The average unemployment rate during the first half of the decade was about percent and by the second half it had soared to just under 8 percent. The economy of the 70s was also marred by a number of large labor strikes and dissatisfaction among workers in a variety of fields.
Inmore thanpostal workers walked off the job. Economic equality of the sexes still proved an elusive goal. Even as women moved into nontraditional jobs and many companies established new job‐training programs and opened day care centers for working mothers, disparities in pay for men and women doing the same job remained significant.
The end of each of these epochs—the stock market crash ofthe decline in profits and investment in the late s and early s culminating in the oil shock ofand the financial crisis ofrespectively—was a sign that institutions that had governed the economy to that point had failed.
This is the gruesome story of the great inflation of the s, which began in late and didn't end until the early s. In his book, "Stocks for the Long Run: A. 5 January (United States) Joseph Yablonski, unsuccessful reform candidate to unseat W.
Boyle as President of the United Mine Workers, was murdered, along with his wife and daughter, in their Clarksville, Pennsylvania home by assassins acting on Boyle's orders.
Boyle. Conflict theorists are critical of the order model because it neglects what is most important about gender roles—that they are unequal in resources, power, and opportunities.
According to the conflict view, gender roles are not neutral ways of meeting societies' needs but are part of. The best books published during the 's decade ( - ).
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Windham has written an important revisionist, corrective account of s labor history that eschews the prevailing narrative of stagnation and decline by a self-satisfied bureaucracy in favor of an understanding, based on an innovative archive that mixes NLRB records with more in depth accounts of individual struggles, of the s as a decade when organizing exploded into new sectors and the /5(3).
Highlighting the integral, often-overlooked contributions of women, people of color, young workers, and southerners, Windham reveals how in the s workers combined old working-class tools--like unions and labor law--with legislative gains from the civil and women’s rights movements to.
The s was not just an era of dayglow trousers, lava lamps and the emergence of punk rock. It was a traumatic economic decade of stagflation, a three day week and the return of unemployment. Yet, despite some headline-grabbing crisis - it was also a decade of rising living standards, the growth of credit and rising property prices.
How did the economic decline of the s affect organized labor in the United States?-It encouraged labor unions to strive for stronger cooperation with management.-The process of deindustrialization encouraged more workers to join labor unions to fight for job security.-It decreased the number of union jobs, which hurt union membership and power.
At its independence inSouth Korea was an impoverished, predominately agricultural state, and most of the industry and electrical power was in North Korea. It faced a devastating war from toand an unpromising and slow recovery in the years that followed. Then, from toSouth Korea underwent a period of rapid economic development, during which it was transformed into.
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Vegas at Odds: Labor Conflict in a Leisure Economy, – (Studies in Industry and Society)Reviews: 1. The labor market is much different Finally, policymakers misjudged spare capacity in the s — that is, they entered the period thinking the unemployment rate for an economy at full employment.
The labor movement in the United States grew out of the need to protect the common interest of workers. For those in the industrial sector, organized labor.It’s commonly believed that the American “Rust Belt”—the heavy manufacturing region primarily bordering the Great Lakes—began to decline economically during the severe recessions of the late s and early s, and continued to decline as U.S.
manufacturing struggled after that (see, for example, Dictionary of American History ). But this view is misleading and belies an.
By contrast, the s and s were a time of significant change. New nations emerged around the world, and insurgent movements sought to overthrow existing governments. Established countries grew to become economic powerhouses that rivaled the United States, and economic relationships came to predominate in a world that increasingly.