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Labor and farmer parties in the United States, 1828-1928.

Nathan Fine

Labor and farmer parties in the United States, 1828-1928.

by Nathan Fine

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Published by Russell in New York .
Written in English


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First pub. 1928.

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Open LibraryOL14622063M

Programs and Policies of Political Action of American Trade Unions, Donald H. Devine Loyola University Chicago This Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the Theses and Dissertations at Loyola eCommons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Master's Theses by an authorized administrator of Loyola eCommons.   We propose a causal argument connecting (1) the political emergence of the bourgeoisie and its middle-class allies to (2) the political space for labor unions and working-class parties, which (3) provided a setting for internal pressures and external opportunities that shaped socialist party by:

The American Political Science Review BOARD OF EDITORS Clarence A. Berdahl, University of Illinois Arthur W. Macmahon, Columbia University Robert E. Cushman, Cornell University Thomas H. Reed, University of Michigan. Only between and , he says, did it “threaten to become anything more than a picaresque hobo society.” Historian Nathan Fine saw that in “the I. W. W. controlled no important industries and its strength was negligible” (Labor and Farmer Parties in the Untied States, , New York: Russell.

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Nathan Fine, Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, - New York: Rand School of Social Science, Millard L. Gieske, Minnesota Farmer-Laborism: The Third Party Alternative. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Harry W. Laidler, Toward a Farmer–Labor Party. League for Industrial Democracy, New York.

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New York: International Publishers, Walter Hugins, Jacksonian Democracy and the Working Class. The first modern Farmer–Labor Party in the United States emerged in Minnesota in Economic dislocation caused by American entry into World War I put agricultural prices and workers' wages into imbalance with rapidly escalating retail prices during the war years, and farmers and workers sought to make common cause in the political sphere to redress their grievances.

1 Nathan Fine, Labor and Farmer Parties in Illinois, (New York: Russell and Russell, ), 2 Ibid. 3 Illinois Blue Book 4 Ibid.

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Foster, William Z., From Bryan to Stalin. The New York Working Men's Party was one of a number of short-lived independent workingmen's parties which simultaneously emerged in Philadelphia, Boston, and many other urban centers of the United States during the period to History Background.

In the late s, corruption was rampant in the municipal administration of New York City. With the Socialist Labor Party in ruins, Morris Hillquit stepped forward to rally the socialist forces. He pledged to assist all labor movements to 3 Nathan Fine, Labor and Farmer Parties in the United States, (New York: Rand School of Social Science, ), p.

The support of the Illinois State Federation of Labor for the United States and the war effort was noticed beyond the labor press. The Chicago Tribune in April of praised the patriotic leadership of John H.

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