By Steven J. Rosswurm
In 1949 and 1950, the Congress of commercial enterprises (CIO) expelled many left-wing unions, representing 750,000 staff, simply because they have been supposedly Communist-dominated. This choice of formerly unpublished essays explores the heritage of these 11 left-led unions. a few essays contemplate particular elements of a number of unions--the Longshoremen, the United Electricians (UE), the Fur staff, and the nutrition and Tobacco Workers--while others absorb the influence of the federal government's and the Catholic church's anticommunism upon the unions as a whole.
This assortment additionally addresses critical household problems with twentieth-century the United States: race and executive coverage within the shaping of alternate unionism; the effect of anticommunism and the chilly warfare on race kinfolk and operating stipulations; and the quick- and long-range impression of the expulsions upon the exertions stream. With groundbreaking essays that still predicament the post-World warfare II interval, Southern employees and staff in non-basic industries, this e-book will attract scholars of radicalism, race family, anticommunism, and hard work history.
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Arms, Country, and Class: The Philadelphia Militia and the Lower Sort during the American Revolution by Steven J. Rosswurm