By Thomas L. Purvis
This ebook is concise, effortless -to-use advisor to the members, peoples, events, hobbies, occasions, judgements and wars that experience formed the historical past of the us.
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12 March 1902) He matured in Richland County, Ohio, served in the Union army, became a self-taught lawyer in Mo. and moved to Chicago in 1875. 's first foreign-born governor in 1893 and the first Democrat elected since the Civil War. He was a model governor of the PROGRESSIVE ERA, who fought successfully for improving workplace conditions, increased funding for colleges, prison reform, and a trade school for the blind. He stirred controversy by pardoning three anarchists convicted for murder in the HAYMARKET RIOT, by protesting the use of federal troops to break the PULLMAN STRIKE, and supporting William Jennings BRYAN over Grover CLEVELAND at the 1896 Democratic convention.
003 dc20 CIP British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Typeset in 9 on 10pt Times by Graphicraft Typesetters Limited, Hong Kong Printed and bound in Great Britain by T. J. International Limited, Padstow, Cornwall This book is printed on acid-free paper Page v Contents Preface vii Abbreviations viii Dictionary 1 Page vii Preface Two trends have characterized historical scholarship since 1950. The first is the ever-increasing rate at which new monographs and articles appear.
The NEW DEAL's pro-labor laws enabled it to rebound to 3,045,350 in 1935 and 9,000,000 in 1943. The AFL was the dominant force in American unionism and usually accounted for 7080 percent of all non-company union members during 190435. In 1935 it allowed the newly-formed Committee of Industrial Organization to organize INDUSTRIAL UNIONS, but expelled these unions in May 1938. On 5 December 1955, it merged with the CIO as the AFL-CIO. American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) The traditional hostility between these groups subsided after George MEANEY took over the AFL and Walter REUTHER took over the CIO.
A dictionary of American history by Thomas L. Purvis