- Author:J. Kocka
- Publisher:SAGE Publications (October 1, 1980)
- Pages:396 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Home . Details for: White collar workers in America 1890 - 1940 . Contributor(s): Kealey, Maura. Material type: BookPublisher: London Sage publications 1980Description: v, 403p. Subject(s): White collar workers - United States. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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Sage studies in 20th century history ; v. 10. General Note: Translation of Angestellte zwischen Faschismus und Demokratie. Download book White collar workers in America, 1890-1940 : a social-political history in international perspective, Ju?rgen Kocka ; translated by Maura Kealey.
This book deals primarily with the effect of whitness on race relations in the . White Collar Workers in America 1890-1940; A Social-Political History in International Perspective.
This book deals primarily with the effect of whitness on race relations in the United States as they relate to labor and the American working class. Roediger argues that working class formation and the systematic development of a sense of whiteness went hand in hand for the US white working class. White workers becames the standard of this class, and all other races were considered intruders, a view with origins in antebellum America and the tradition of slavery. Other "outsiders," however, were gradually accepted into white America's working class, such as the Irish.
Kocka, Jürgen 1980 White Collar Workers in America 1890–1940: A Social-Political History in International Perspective. Sage Studies in 20th Century History, Vol. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Lamont, Michèle 1992 Money, Morals, and Manners: The Culture of the French and American Upper-Middle Class. 1023/A:1022847401145.