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Conflict and accommodation : coal miners, steel workers, and socialism, 1890-1920 / Michael Nash.


Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1982.
ISBN 0313228388, 9780313228384

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Subjects Arbeiter.
Bergmann.
Coal miners -- Political activity -- Pennsylvania -- History.
Coal miners -- Political activity.
Elections -- Pennsylvania -- History.
Elections.
Iron and steel workers -- Political activity -- Pennsylvania -- History.
Iron and steel workers -- Political activity.
Kohlenbergbau.
Pennsylvania.
Socialism -- United States.
Socialism.
Sozialistische Partei.
Stahlarbeiter.
USA.
United States.
Wahl.
Series Contributions in labor history ; no. 11.
Description xix, 197 pages ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-192) and index.
Summary This book focuses on the political behavior of the 600,000 men in the coal and steel industries, to reveal a fascinating correlation between labor-management conflict and the fortunes of American socialism. The author presents data from election returns, newspapers, union journals, government reports, and taped interviews with retired coal miners to support the view that the alternation of conflict and accommodation, characteristic of American labor history, has broad political implications.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Pennsylvania
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7813367
(OCoLC)ocm07813367
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WorldCat Identities Nash, Michael, 1946-
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