LaborHistoryFebruary6 - Labor History I. February 6, 2008...

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Labor History February 6, 2008 I. Progressive Era ends by WWI a. Labor question surges up at War b. Wilson creates stronger alliance between democratic party and organized labor c. World War I and 1919 I. Labor Strong a. Clayton Anti-Trust Act (1914) i. Labor could not be pursued under anti-trust law: labor exempt from anti trust law 1. Symbolic victory because it was torn to shreds 2. Sherman anti-trust had been used more against unions then actual business ii. Labor of human being is not a commodity or article of commerce b. Commission on Industrial Relations (1915) i. Launched by Wilson to figure out why labor radicalism ii. Three part: business, labor, public c. AFL at 3 million strong i. War cut off immigration ii. Immigration pressures off, now a more comfortable environment for organization iii. Tight labor market d. National War Labor Board i. Three part: Business, labor, public ii. Will give workers the right to organize as long as no one goes out on strike iii. Federal assurance to organize II. Limits a. Espionage Act (1917) / Sedition Act (1918)
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2008 for the course ILRCB 1100 taught by Professor Danielc during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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LaborHistoryFebruary6 - Labor History I. February 6, 2008...

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