The working class and its culture / edited with introductions by Neil Shumsky.

New York : Garland Pub., 1996.
xiv, 398 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
  • "Nothing on Compulsion": Life Styles of Philadelphia Artisans, 1820-1850 / Bruce Laurie
  • The City and Community: The Impact of Urban Forces on Working Class Behavior / John T. Cumbler
  • Household and Market Production of Families in a Late Nineteenth Century American City / Claudia Goldin
  • "The Clerking Sisterhood": Rationalization and the Work Culture of Saleswomen in American Department Stores, 1890-1960 / Susan Porter Benson
  • Employment Opportunities for Blacks in the Black Ghetto: The Role of White-Owned Businesses / Howard E. Aldrich
  • The Office in Metropolis: An Opportunity for Shaping Metropolitan America / Gerald Manners
  • Women, Work, and Protest in the Early Lowell Mills: "The Oppressing Hand of Avarice Would Enslave Us" / Thomas Dublin
  • Working-Class Culture and Politics in the Industrial Revolution: Sources of Loyalism and Rebellion / Alan Dawley and Paul Faler
  • The Labor Boycott in New York City, 1880-1886 / Michael A. Gordon --
  • The Political Origins of the United Hebrew Trades, 1888 / Morris U. Schappes
  • Labor, Capital, and Community: The Struggle for Power / John T. Cumbler
  • Working Class Unity and Ethnic Division: Cincinnati Trade Unionists and Cultural Pluralism / Barbara L. Musselman
  • Working on El Traque: The Pacific Electric Strike of 1903 / Charles Wollenberg
  • Socialist Women and the "Girl Strikers," Chicago, 1910 / Mari Jo Buhle
  • The Battle for the Eight-Hour Day in San Francisco / Steven C. Levi
  • Painful Memories: The Historical Consciousness of Steelworkers and the Steel Strike of 1919 / Robert Asher
  • The "Rank and File Movement" in Private Social Work / John Earl Haynes
  • Local Government Labor Relations in Transition: The Case of Los Angeles / David Lewin.
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