2 edition of Protective labor legislation, with special reference to women in the State of New York. found in the catalog.
Protective labor legislation, with special reference to women in the State of New York.
Elizabeth (Faulkner) Baker
|Series||Studies in history, economics, and public law, v. 116, no. 2; whole no. 259, Columbia studies in the social sciences,, 259|
|LC Classifications||KFN5581 .B34 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
|LC Control Number||76082239|
Primarily focuses on teaching methods but is useful for themes and problems in women's history. Kerber argues that women created a new social role for themselves in the early republic: the "Republican Mother," a woman excluded from the political process but with a crucial role in the new republic, raising republican sons. These businesses, in turn, hired workers to make whatever products the companies sold. The dues in these federal labor unions FLUs were kept intentionally low to make them more accessible to low paid industrial workers; however, these low dues later allowed the Internationals in the Federation to deny members of FLUs voting membership at conventions. Manuscript Division.
This was a common practice at the Triangle Company. Conference papers. Nativism was a factor when the AFL even more strenuously opposed all immigration from Asia because it represented to its Euro-American members an alien culture that could not be assimilated into American society. What is distinctive about the 'fire poetry' is that most of the contemporary writers do not work in the garment trade, nor are they from New York City nor of the same race or ethnicity as the workers.
For authoritative information and references to fuller descriptions on these laws, you should consult the statutes and regulations themselves. Origins[ edit ] The causes of the Lochner era have been the subject of debate. The owners of the building had it shut off to save money. The call for ambulances was followed by successive appeals for police until patrolmen arrived to cope with a crowd numbering tens of thousands [in] a mixture of the morbidly curious and of half crazed relatives and friends of the victims. Title based on the fact that the equality of women and the institution of the family have long been "at odds.
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Concern was growing about health and safety in factories and other urban buildings in the early twentieth century. Henry A. Although the founding convention of the AFL had authorized the establishment of a publication for the new organization, Gompers made use of the existing labor press to generate support for the position of the craft unions against the Knights of Labor.
However, longshoring and maritime industry safety and health standards are issued and enforced by OSHA. Most factory owners hated labor unions because they forced the owners to pay decent wages and provide safer working conditions, which in turn took away from owners' profits.
And that door was locked. Incidentally, the strike did not bring unionization to the Triangle Shirtwaist Company; its workers had to return to the shop without a union contract in large part because the system of internal contracting made the company resistant to unionization.
Reprint, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, Holt, Organized by collection and access. Primarily a theoretical work but may be useful for problematic areas in the history of women. E G4 Giddings, Paula.
Gives some history of the early suffrage movement and the transformation to more "conservative" leadership, the change in the types of women who joined the movement, and the shifting arguments for the enfranchisement of women.
All five hundred employees were stuffed onto three floors: the eighth, ninth, and tenth. He saw most of the girls jump to the street and as each one fell he rushed to her side and administered hypodermic injections to deaden the pain.
The vigorous presence of the WTUL and of female labor activists, especially Rose Schneiderman, brought gender visually into the communal response, but labor women and their supporters did not focus specifically on women's concerns.
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In the category of twentieth-century horrors that American Jews do remember and commemorate, the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire can be only a footnote.The New York State minimum wage increased on December 31, In New York City, it is now $ per hour for all size businesses.
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