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eBook Chicago Labor and the Quest for a Democratic Diplomacy, 1914-1924 ePub

by Elizabeth McKillen

  • ISBN: 0801429056
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Elizabeth McKillen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cornell University Press; 1 edition (July 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 239
  • ePub book: 1134 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1591 kb
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Gompers, Samuel, 1850-1924, Labor unions - Illinois - Chicago - History - 20th century, Labor movement - Illinois - Chicago - History - 20th .

Gompers, Samuel, 1850-1924, Labor unions - Illinois - Chicago - History - 20th century, Labor movement - Illinois - Chicago - History - 20th century, Pressure groups - Illinois - Chicago - History - 20th century, United States - Foreign relations - 1913-1921, United. States - Foreign relations - 1921-1923. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Cornell University Press.

Home Browse Books Book details, Chicago Labor and the Quest for a Democratic. Chicago Labor and the Quest for a Democratic Diplomacy, 1914-1924. By Elizabeth McKillen. Reconstructing the campaign waged by a Chicago labor coalition against the foreign policy objectives of the American Federation of Labor, Elizabeth McKillen establishes the impact of United States foreign policy during the World War I era on the development of the labor movement. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

Book Description: Reconstructing the campaign waged by a Chicago labor coalition against the foreign policy objectives of the American . CHAPTER ONE Ethnic and Labor Foreign Policy Ideologies in Chicago, 1914–1917.

Book Description: Reconstructing the campaign waged by a Chicago labor coalition against the foreign policy objectives of the American Federation of Labor, Elizabeth McKillen establishes the impact of United States foreign policy during the World War I era on the development of the labor movement. eISBN: 978-1-5017-4464-8. On the eve of World War I, Chicago was renowned both for its ethnic character and its militant trade union activity.

McKillen's book chronicles and analyzes the foreign policy struggles of the Chicago Federation of Labor (CFL), an. .Citation: Frank Ninkovich.

McKillen's book chronicles and analyzes the foreign policy struggles of the Chicago Federation of Labor (CFL), an AF of L-affiliated federation of local unions. In contrast to the conservative unionism of Samuel Gompers's AF of L, which sought corporatist-style cooperation with government and business at home while promoting conservative developmentalist labor policies abroad, the Chicago central was less than accommodating to the existing powers-that-be.

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Reconstructing the campaign waged by a Chicago labor coalition against the foreign policy objectives of the American Federation of Labor, Elizabeth McKillen establishes the impact of United States foreign policy during the World War I era on the development of the labor movement.

a b Pelling, "Labour and Politics in Chicago," Political Studies, February 1957. Soderstrom, Carl; Soderstrom, Robert; Stevens, Chris; Burt, Andrew (2018).

Applying the methods of community study, Elizabeth McKillen reconstructs the campaign waged by a Chicago labor .

Applying the methods of community study, Elizabeth McKillen reconstructs the campaign waged by a Chicago labor coalition against the foreign policy objectives of the American Federation of Labor. As she documents the diplomatic activities of the AFL, McKillen chronicles its bitter struggle with the Chicago Federation of Labor, which sought different avenues to power for American workers.

a b Elizabeth McKillen, Chicago Labor and the Quest for a Democratic Diplomacy, 1914-1924. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995; pg. 84. ^ McKillen, Chicago Labor and the Quest for a Democratic Diplomacy, pg. 85. ^ Gompers, Seventy Years of Life and Labor, vol. 2, pg.

Reconstructing the campaign waged by a Chicago labor coalition against the foreign policy objectives of the American Federation of Labor, Elizabeth McKillen establishes the impact of United States foreign policy during the World War I era on the development of the labor movement.