mid term review - 1 Race/immigration craft vs industrial...

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Sheet1 Page 1 1. Race/immigration craft vs. industrial unions strikebreakers immigrants=radicals immigration act 1920 quotas Sacco and Vanzetti trial 2. Good economy = good for unions bad economy = bad for unions except 1920's because Palmer Raids immigration act 1920 national origins act = quotas welfare captialism anit-labor movement swept the us after ww1 because people feared radicals and foreigners = radicals Sacco and Vanzetti trial show fear yellow dog contracts 3. skilled v unskilled afl v iww crafts = good when the economy is good bad economy leads to idea of organizing as a class in a working mans party 4. employer control - 1. own production 2. gov't cohersiv authority
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Unformatted text preview: 3.established ideology strike breakers, court indictments and injunctions, deportation, company towns federal troopss used later 5. gov't takes side of employer common law = protect property rights sherman anti-trust act used against unions courts always on side of employer federal gov't didn't interfere with legal protests until ww1 6. ww1 wipe out all confronationist labor groups. palmer raids wipe out iww b/c it opposes the war 7. rise of mass production dumbs down the work and leads to trade union vs. industrial union struggle 8. Welfare capitalism= small scale grievances less reliance on foreman anti-independant unions...
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  • Summer '07
  • DANIELC
  • Trade union, Strike action, Industrial Workers of the World, bad economy, Vanzetti Trial

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