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by David Brody
Author: David Brody
Publisher: Praeger (August 13, 1982)
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As Brody explains the Strike in September of 1919, the event broke down as two different conflicts; one fought publicly and another fought privately.
As Brody explains the Strike in September of 1919, the event broke down as two different conflicts; one fought publicly and another fought privately. Within the public space, you had the Steel industry most publicly represented in the person of Elbert Gary, the grandfatherly and exceedingly polite head of the United States Steel Corporation, who framed the issue of the strike as a question of whom would actually manage the industry. His pronouncements about the strike and the industry were more widely covered than any other steel mans'.
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Labor in crisis: The steel strike of 1919. University of Illinois Press, 1965. Rayback, Joseph G. A History of American Labor. Rev. and exp. ed. New York: MacMillan Publishing C. In. 1966. Steelworkers in America: The Nonunion Era. New York: Harper Torchbooks, 1969. Dubofsky, Melvyn and Dulles, Foster Rhea. Labor in America: A History. Organized labour portal. php?title Steel strike of 1919&oldid 925299848".
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But war it was. For men were contending for power. Should the terms of employment be fixed unilaterally by employers, or through collective bargaining with trade unions? Employers resisted labor organization relentlessly and, for the most part, successfully. They penned the trade unions into a narrow field: the railroads, the coal mines, construction, clothing, certain skilled occupations. Early in the twentieth century, union.
Plagued by bad press and fraught with racial and ethnic tensions, the huge steel strike was doomed to fail.
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In 1919, workers represented by the American Federation of Labor went on strike against the United States Steel Corporation. Eventually workers at other companies joined the strike. Because this labor unrest eventually involved more than 350,000 workers, the walkout is known as the Great Steel Strike of 1919. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, many workers, including workers in the steel industry, faced difficult working conditions, long hours, and low wages.