The Labor Movement by Tim McNeese
  

The Labor Movement

Written by Tim McNeese
Illustrated by
Part of the Reform Movements in American History Series

Synopsis

The Labor Movement by Tim McNeese

The labor movement espoused social equality and honest labor through the formation of labor unions. Although groups such as the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor, both of which represented skilled laborers, began to figure prominently in industry in the late 1800s, labor unions that represented unskilled workers did not gain influence until the early 1900s. By the 1930s, labor unions were becoming more accepted, thanks in part to the National Labor Relations Act, which gave workers the right to establish unions without interference from their employers. Crisply written and illustrated with compelling photographs and sidebars, The Labor Movement is a thorough look at the movement that has had a profound effect on how industry operates in the United States.

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Format

Hardback
168 pages

Author

Tim McNeese
More books by Tim McNeese

Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th January 2008

ISBN

9780791095034


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