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Furniture Worker

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ISBN : NYPL:33433072154184
Genre : Furniture industry and trade
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The Grand Rapids Furniture Worker A Lord In His Own Domain

Author : George M. Ayars
ISBN : UOM:39015071340908
Genre : Grand Rapids (Mich.)
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The Furniture Worker And Unemployment Insurance

Author : New York (State). State Employment Service
ISBN : OCLC:42204409
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Becoming A Mighty Voice

Author : Daniel Cornfield
ISBN : 9781610441391
Genre : Business & Economics
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American labor unions resemble private representative democracies, complete with formally constituted conventions and officer election procedures. Like other democratic institutions, unions have repeatedly experienced highly charged conflicts over the integration of ethnic minorities and women into leadership positions. In Becoming a Mighty Voice, Daniel B. Cornfield traces the 55-year history of the United Furniture Workers of America (UFWA), describing the emergence of new social groups into union leadership and the conditions that encouraged or inhibited those changes. This vivid case history explores leadership change during eras of union growth, stability, and decline, not simply during isolated episodes of factionalism. Cornfield demonstrates that despite the strong forces perpetuating existing union hierarchies, leadership turnover is just as likely as leadership stagnation. He also shows that factors external to the union may influence leadership change; periods of turnover in the UFWA leadership reflected employer efforts to find cheap, non-union labor, as well as union efforts to unionize workers. When unions are threatened by intensified conflict with employers and when entrenched high status groups within the union are obliged to recruit members of lower socioeconomic status, then new social groups are likely to be integrated into union leadership. Becoming a Mighty Voice develops a theory of leadership change that will be of interest to many engaged in the labor, civil rights, and women's movements as well as to sociologists or historians of work, gender, and race, and to students of political and organizational behavior.

Lumber Furniture Manufacturing

Author : United States. Business and Defense Services Administration
ISBN : MINN:31951D00913238A
Genre : Furniture industry and trade
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Showers Brothers Furniture Company

Author : Carrol Krause
ISBN : 9780253002037
Genre : Business & Economics
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When the Showers family arrived in Bloomington, Indiana, the railroad was just coming to town and a modest university was struggling to survive. Having spent the prior 18 years moving from place to place, the family decided to settle down and invest its modest resources to start a furniture company. The business proved to be extremely profitable and a stroke of good fortune for the small community. The company's success paved streets, which brought additional new businesses to town, and helped Indiana University flourish. The later philanthropic acts of the Showers family encouraged the town's continued development. The family's contributions helped the institution make it through difficult times and paved the way to its becoming the largest university in the state. In this history of Showers Brothers, Carrol Krause tells the story of a remarkably successful collaboration between business, town, and gown.

Atlas Of Wooden Furniture Industry In Jepara Indonesia

Author : Jean-Marc Roda
ISBN : 9789791412124
Genre : Forest products industry
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Labor Relations Program

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119512825
Genre : Labor and laboring classes
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Labor Rights Are Civil Rights

Author : Zaragosa Vargas
ISBN : 069111546X
Genre : History
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In 1937, Mexican workers were among the strikers and supporters beaten, arrested, and murdered by Chicago policemen in the now infamous Republic Steel Mill Strike. Using this event as a springboard, Zaragosa Vargas embarks on the first full-scale history of the Mexican-American labor movement in twentieth-century America. Absorbing and meticulously researched, Labor Rights Are Civil Rightspaints a multifaceted portrait of the complexities and contours of the Mexican American struggle for equality from the 1930s to the postwar era. Drawing on extensive archival research, Vargas focuses on the large Mexican American communities in Texas, Colorado, and California. As he explains, the Great Depression heightened the struggles of Spanish speaking blue-collar workers, and employers began to define citizenship to exclude Mexicans from political rights and erect barriers to resistance. Mexican Americans faced hostility and repatriation. The mounting strife resulted in strikes by Mexican fruit and vegetable farmers. This collective action, combined with involvement in the Communist party, led Mexican workers to unionize. Vargas carefully illustrates how union mobilization in agriculture, tobacco, garment, and other industries became an important vehicle for achieving Mexican American labor and civil rights. He details how interracial unionism proved successful in cross-border alliances, in fighting discriminatory hiring practices, in building local unions, in mobilizing against fascism and in fighting brutal racism. No longer willing to accept their inferior status, a rising Mexican American grassroots movement would utilize direct action to achieve equality.

Classified Index Of Occupations

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ISBN : IND:30000093961567
Genre : Occupations
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