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When was the rise of the organized labor?

When was the rise of the organized labor?

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School: University of Texas at Austin
Department: History
Course: The United States Since 1865
Professor: Michael stoff
Term: Fall 2014
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Name: HIS315L Week Four Notes
Description: This is week 4 notes in Professor Stoff's class! I know that there is not a week 3 notes, that is because I realized this week that I actually labeled week 2 week 1. Don't worry, you aren't missing any information. Let me know if you have any questions!
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over the world. Easy to become "A men'can"!.? AN - "Melting pot

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THE RISE OF ORGANIZED LABOR INTRODUCTION: LABOR'S RESPONSE TO INDUSTRIALISM

-unions became the womers response to industrialism na industrialization brought all kinds of changes!

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- workers saw the above freedoms nuxa c dogout differentiy s brow

Quat. with citizenship came responsibilities

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these obligations. e independence to act on issues in as w the community.

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Norto non radical worcers rejected this - fraternal societies , brotherhoods, an cooperative rather than competetive My societies

now ON - no one was a worker & no one

was an owner Equality. HAN c> resistance - Accomodation : wonders who accepted new

system & tried to work with it.

accept competition & caputalism &

find their place in it. child labor

-mines

- textile mills o women (257. labor force)

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- Workers were caught in a cycle of

wage slavery ccycles of debt, slaves of the 181 to 18 s economic system).

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- Mwona zow an ao be cause of working hours ! tosid RNO DON - conditions

192000 - 8 hr work day

- workers began to organize! no Ludz – cause, consequence, changercontinuity,

all governed by context. contigency:

multiple possible outcomes.

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- survived depression a prospered -1.6 million workers were members - only constituted 12% of wom force!

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unions. (2) national sensibility that

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