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Strikes, Wars, and Revolutions in an International Perspective: Strike Waves in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

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The contributors to this volume are concerned with the patterns of continuity and change in industrial labor conflicts in major industrialized countries before, during, and in the immediate aftermath of the First World War. The articles have been conceived as part of a series of efforts to assist the further development of comparative labor history, and in particular the a ...more
Hardcover, 552 pages
Published October 9th 2012 by Cambridge University Press (first published July 28th 1989)
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J.M. Hushour
Feb 21, 2013 J.M. Hushour rated it it was ok
Some lame-ass shit. A lot less cooler than the title suggests, this is a collection of mostly quantitative (that means numbers) analyses of strikes, how many there were in such and such a place, frequency, composition of blah blah blahdeddy-blah. One chapter has 21 pages of chart data. Aside from this worthless crap, there is a decent chapter on American strikes 1900-1920 and a few of value on Russian labor/political unrest pre-1917 (most of the volume is about Russia). Truly, a book to fart on.
Mirza  Sultan-Galiev
Jul 28, 2011 Mirza Sultan-Galiev rated it liked it
TBH did not actually finish (library due dates happen people!). But the contributions i did read had some really interesting stuff on the class composition which formed the material base of the famous 1917-23 revolutionary wave..those metal workers pissed off at Taylor kicked some serious ass.
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