ILRCB100February4 - 3 If worker cuts off hand manager is in...

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ILRCB 100 February 4, 2008 I. Starting with the Triangle- The Strike a. Labor (weak bonds with state and business) i. Skilled vs. unskilled- job security and power ii. Socialist vs. Bread and Butter - Ideology iii. Conflicts between Unions: different goals and memberships – paternalism? iv. Ethnic divisions- Italians and Jews v. Gender Barriers vi. Suffragists- Upper Class Influence vii. Age b. Business i. Nepotism ii. Corruption iii. Ethnic Ties/Mobility iv. GREED? v. Female Workers/Male Bosses vi. Profit vs. people vii. Garment factories based on sub-contracting 1. Employer never fully responsible for anything 2. “Head boss” orders x amount of product from managers and managers hire workers to make it
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Unformatted text preview: 3. If worker cuts off hand, manager is in charge, not boss because boss didn’t hire worker, only x product 4. Sweat shops c. State (bond with business is very strong) i. Moneyed Interests ii. Progressive status quo iii. Sot Pressure iv. Elections v. Workplace issues putting pressure on what Tammany Hall stands for II. Strike Results a. As pressures are placed on the State, the bond between state and business weakens while the bond between state and labor strengthens b. State realizes that political survival depends more on votes of labor than money of business...
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  • Summer '07
  • DANIELC
  • Tammany Hall, Suffragists- Upper Class Influence, Ethnic divisions- Italians, unskilled- job security, Suffragists- Upper Class

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