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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 18 The Industrial SocietyAmerica: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 18 The Industrial Society
The aging American poet who most feared the impact of new industrial technologies on American life was
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Class composition and the theory of the party at the origin of the workers councils movement Sergio BolognaClass composition and the theory of the party at the origin of the workers councils movement Sergio Bologna
This article appeared originally in Italian in Operai e Stato (Milan, 1972), pp. 13-46. English translation is by Bruno Ramirez
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What defined the Gilded Age? Are we in a Gilded Age today? Part 1: introduction the Second Industrial RevolutionWhat defined the Gilded Age? Are we in a Gilded Age today? Part 1: introduction the Second Industrial Revolution
United States (from about 1865 to 1900) is considered the Gilded Age (explained further on page 473). The word ‘gilded’ means covered in gold
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Faculty of education department of english language and literatureFaculty of education department of english language and literature
The second part of the diploma thesis deals with the occurrence and raise of fascism in Great Britain and explains why it was even possible for fascism to occur in so conservative Great Britain
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Haymarket and Hull House by Drew VandeCreek, Ph. DHaymarket and Hull House by Drew VandeCreek, Ph. D
Knights by squashing their strike against the Texas and Pacific Railroad. Internal dissension between inclusive industrial unionists and craft unionists, and between social reformers and those interested in higher pay alone
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American Labor on the RiseAmerican Labor on the Rise
American workers had begun organizing into unions following the Civil War, and by the 1880s many thousands were organized into unions, most notably the Knights of Labor
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History of the primitive methodist connexionHistory of the primitive methodist connexion
It was indeed reckoned a profane neighbourhood above most others Hugh Bourue endeavoured to promote religion there. A work of religion, usually called a revival, took place and there was a great reformation in the neighbourhood
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Additional resources on industrialization in Connecticut and New EnglandAdditional resources on industrialization in Connecticut and New England
See especially the interactive timeline of 19th-century inventions, under the “Interactive History” link
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