Making American Industry Safe for Democracy: Comparative Perspectives on the State and Employee Representation in the Era of World War I Jeffrey Haydu

ISBN: 9780252066283

Published: August 1st 1997

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272 pages


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Making American Industry Safe for Democracy: Comparative Perspectives on the State and Employee Representation in the Era of World War I  by  Jeffrey Haydu

Making American Industry Safe for Democracy: Comparative Perspectives on the State and Employee Representation in the Era of World War I by Jeffrey Haydu
August 1st 1997 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 272 pages | ISBN: 9780252066283 | 7.68 Mb

In Making American Industry Safe for Democracy, a work of historical sociology, Jeffrey Haydu explores how basic political and economic relationships were restabilized in the aftermath of the war. Haydu compares U.S. efforts to reconstruct anMoreIn Making American Industry Safe for Democracy, a work of historical sociology, Jeffrey Haydu explores how basic political and economic relationships were restabilized in the aftermath of the war. Haydu compares U.S. efforts to reconstruct an open-shop regime that excluded trade unions with the reform of industrial relations in Britain and Germany.

Then he compares industries within the United States and traces the extraordinarily complex manner in which prewar class relations and wartime crisis led the state to restructure employee representation. In this important study of new strategies for managing work and conflict that were emerging by the 1920s, the author also forces us to reassess the role of organization in shaping working-class mobilization and protest.



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