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  • Author:
    James Cronin
  • ISBN:
    0877223084
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    978-0877223085
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    Temple University Press (April 20, 1983)
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    318 pages
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    Politics & Government
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Book Description: The first quarter of the twentieth century was perhaps the most dramatic and consequential period for the international working class. Corporate control was consolidated and centralized. The workplace began to be extensively reorganized by Taylorist and later Fordist methods.

The first quarter of the twentieth century was perhaps the most dramatic and consequential period for the international working class.

3 See especially, Cronin, James . Labor Insurgency and Class Formation: Comparative Perspectives on the Crisis of 1917–1920 in Europe, in Cronin, James E. and Sirianni, Carmen, ed. Work, Community, and Power: The Experience of Labor in Europe and America, 1900–1925. Work, Community, and Power: The Experience of Labor in Europe and America, 1900–1925 (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1983), but the entire book forms a coherent refutation of these arguments

It makes an excellent text for both undergraduate and graduate courses that deal with working-class culture, postsocialism, Eastern Europe, as well as social transformation and political economy to show how consumption and production are intimately related in the development o. .

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Work, Community, and Power James E. Cronin (Ed., Carmen Sirianni (Ed. Temple University Press, 1983 . Business & Investing.

Work, Community, and Power : the Experience of Labor in Europe and America, 1900 - 1925, e. Содержание: Cronin, James

Work, Community, and Power : the Experience of Labor in Europe and America, 1900 - 1925, e. J. E. Cronin, C. Sirianni. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1983. 318 p. - (Class and Culture). ISBN 0-87722-309-2 Index : p. 311 - 318. Содержание: Cronin, James. Rethinking the Legacy of Labor, 1890 - 1925, J. Cronin Cronin, James. Labor Insurgency and Class Formation : Comparative Perspectives on the Crisis of 1917 - 1920 in Europe, J. Cronin Peterson, Larry.

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The first quarter of the twentieth century was perhaps the most dramatic and consequential period for the international working class. This title includes the comparative and case studies that offer a major reinterpretation of this crucial period in working class history in the United States, Europe, and Soviet Russia.