Pure and Simple Politics : The American Federation of Labor and Political Activism, 1881-1917.

By: Greene, JuliePublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998Copyright date: ©1998Description: 1 online resource (311 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780511152122Subject(s): American Federation of Labor--HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pure and Simple Politics : The American Federation of Labor and Political Activism, 1881–1917DDC classification: 322.20973 LOC classification: HD8055.A5 G784 1998Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The Historians and American Labor Politics -- State and Society in Progressive America -- PART ONE The Rise of Pure and Simple Politics -- CHAPTER ONE Building the Federation -- The Social Roots of the AFL -- Preserving the Trade Unions -- Gompers and the Triumph of Conservative Unionism -- CHAPTER TWO The Revolt Against Party Slavery -- The Problem of Working-Class Politics -- The Birth of "Pure and Simple" Politics -- Gompers's Political Vision -- CHAPTER THREE Labor's New Century -- The Federation's Political Agenda -- The Open-Shop Drive -- Lobbying and Class Conflict -- Beyond Lobbying -- PART TWO The Strike at the Ballot Box -- CHAPTER FOUR A Popular Uprising of Honest Men -- Labor's Program -- Resources at the Top -- Tactics at the Bottom -- Political Conflict in the AFL -- CHAPTER FIVE Delivering the Labor Vote -- Partisan Culture and the Working Class -- The Birth of Labor's Democracy -- Shall the People Rule? -- Prosperity Politics -- CHAPTER SIX Party Politics and Workers' Discontent -- Workers and the Campaign -- The Local Face of Labor Politics -- Workers Deliver Their Votes -- PART THREE The Retreat from Popular Politics -- CHAPTER SEVEN Quiet Campaigns -- Rebellion Within and Without -- Labor's Elite Politics -- The Changing Terrain of American Politics -- CHAPTER EIGHT The Making of Labor's Democracy -- AFL Politics and the New Democratic Order -- Recasting American Labor Politics -- Workers and the 1916 Presidential Campaign -- Conclusion -- Index.
Summary: This study explores the political evolution of the US labor movement, from 1881 to 1917.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The Historians and American Labor Politics -- State and Society in Progressive America -- PART ONE The Rise of Pure and Simple Politics -- CHAPTER ONE Building the Federation -- The Social Roots of the AFL -- Preserving the Trade Unions -- Gompers and the Triumph of Conservative Unionism -- CHAPTER TWO The Revolt Against Party Slavery -- The Problem of Working-Class Politics -- The Birth of "Pure and Simple" Politics -- Gompers's Political Vision -- CHAPTER THREE Labor's New Century -- The Federation's Political Agenda -- The Open-Shop Drive -- Lobbying and Class Conflict -- Beyond Lobbying -- PART TWO The Strike at the Ballot Box -- CHAPTER FOUR A Popular Uprising of Honest Men -- Labor's Program -- Resources at the Top -- Tactics at the Bottom -- Political Conflict in the AFL -- CHAPTER FIVE Delivering the Labor Vote -- Partisan Culture and the Working Class -- The Birth of Labor's Democracy -- Shall the People Rule? -- Prosperity Politics -- CHAPTER SIX Party Politics and Workers' Discontent -- Workers and the Campaign -- The Local Face of Labor Politics -- Workers Deliver Their Votes -- PART THREE The Retreat from Popular Politics -- CHAPTER SEVEN Quiet Campaigns -- Rebellion Within and Without -- Labor's Elite Politics -- The Changing Terrain of American Politics -- CHAPTER EIGHT The Making of Labor's Democracy -- AFL Politics and the New Democratic Order -- Recasting American Labor Politics -- Workers and the 1916 Presidential Campaign -- Conclusion -- Index.

This study explores the political evolution of the US labor movement, from 1881 to 1917.

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