Beyond Equality: Labor and the Radical Republicans, 1862-1872 : with a Bibliographical Afterword

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University of Illinois Press, 1967 - Business & Economics - 535 pages
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Contents

Entrepreneur and Wage Earner
3
THE MANUFACTURING ELITE
8
THE LABOR FORCE
25
Democrats Conservatives and Radicals
45
OLDLINE DEMOCRATS
48
CONSERVATIVES
59
RADICALS
72
The War and the Worker
90
FAILURE AT THE POLLS
265
FAILURE IN THE MILLS
277
A Legal Days Work
296
THE FUTILITY OF VICTORY
302
THE AMBIGUOUS FEDERAL EXAMPLE
311
THE POWER OF ORGANIZATION
323
The Eclipse of Radicalism
335
THE GREENBACK IMBROGLIO
340

WORKERS AND COPPERHEADS
101
WORKERS AND RADICALS
114
LaborReform Organizations
135
ARBITRATION AND BUREAUCRACY
151
CENTRALIZATION
160
NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS OF LABOR
170
THE NATIONAL LABOR UNION
176
THE NATIONAL LABOR REFORM PARTY
186
Labor Leaders
197
THE LURE OF OFFICE
208
THE LABORREFORM COMMUNITY
215
The Hours of Labor and the Question of Class
230
PROPERTY FREE CONTRACT AND THE GENERAL WELFARE
237
IRA STEWARD
249
Workingmen Outside the State House and Legislators Inside
261
THE STALWARTS
356
THE GENERAL AND THE GENTLEMAN
360
THE ROAD TO REFORM
368
LIBERALISM
379
Sentimental Reformers and the Lure of Labor
387
THE OLD ORDER AND THE NEW
409
The Peoples Money
425
Statistical Outline of American Social Stratification 1870
448
Sex and Nativity Groupings Among Industrial Wage Earners
453
National Trade Unions and the NLU
457
D Labor Reformers of the Period 1860 to 1875
462
Bibliography
470
An Afterword on Bibliography
509
Index
517
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Montgomery is Farnam Professor of History at Yale University.

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