|Title||The Negro and the American labor movement / edited by Julius Jacobson. |
|Published||Garden City, N.Y. : Anchor Books, 1968. |
|Description||vi, 430 p. ; 18 cm. |
|Bib. Note||Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 401-426). |
|Contents||Union conservatism : a barrier to racial equality / Julius Jacobson -- Attitudes of Negro leaders toward the American labor movement from the Civil War to World War I / August Meier & Elliott Rudwick -- The Negro and the United Mine Workers of America / Herbert G. Gutman -- The Negro in Southern unions / Ray Marshall -- The American Federation of Labor and the Negro worker, 1894-1949 / Marc Karson & Ronald Radosh -- The CIO era, 1935-55 / Sumner M. Rosen -- The economic situation of Negro labor / Sidney M. Peck -- The Negro worker in the Chicago labor market / Harold M. Baron & Bennett Hymer -- Two views on racial attitudes and practices of the contemporary labor movement : the racial practices of organized labor : the contemporary record / Herbert Hill. Contemporary labor's attitude toward the Negro / Gus Tyler -- Trade union racial practices and the law / Robert L. Carter & Maria L. Marcus.|
|Subjects||African Americans -- Employment. |
Discrimination in employment -- United States.
Labor unions -- United States.
|Other Authors||Jacobson, Julius. |
|LC Card Number||68-12042|
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| ||WRHS Research Library: E 185.8 J17|
mq239243: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]