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The railroad shopmen's strike of 1922 on the industry, company, and community levels [electronic resource] /

by James R. Flynn.

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Main Author: Flynn, James R.
Topics: Strikes and lockouts - Railroads - Illinois - History. | Strikes and lockouts - Railroads - Law and legislation - United States - History. | Strikes and lockouts - Railroads - Illinois - Law and legislation - History. | Labor disputes - United States - History. | Labor disputes - Illinois - History. | Strikes and lockouts - Railroads - United States - History. | History, United States. | Sociology, Industrial and Labor Relations. | Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company - Employees - History. | Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company - History.
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245 14|aThe railroad shopmen's strike of 1922 on the industry, company, and community levels|h[electronic resource] /|cby James R. Flynn.
300 |a345 p.
500 |aSource: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 54-08, Section: A, page: 3175.
502 |aThesis (Ph.D.)--Northern Illinois University, 1993.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
506 1 |aAccess restricted to NIU Libraries
520 |aThis is a study of the strike of railroad shopmen that began on July 1, 1922, and which, for many weeks, threatened to disrupt America's most vital transportation system. More specifically, it is a study of that strike from three points of reference: how it was conducted on the industry level, how it was conducted on a particular railroad, and how it was conducted in an important shop community. Through this approach it seeks, first, to delineate the actions of the national leaders of the railroad industry, of organized labor, and of the federal government; second, to identify the unique strategies employed by labor and management on a major railroad; and, finally, to analyze the impact of the strike on typical shopmen and on the community in which they lived.
520 |aThe study begins with a brief review of railroad history between 1873 and 1920 to place the strike in historical context. An examination follows of the disagreements that inflamed labor, management, and government relations between March 1, 1920, and June 30, 1922, and crystallized into the strike's proximate causes. The bulk of the work is then devoted to the anatomy of the strike on the three levels indicated. In conclusion, after examining the strike's consequences and the errors of all parties involved, the study seeks to support the thesis that the strikers, management, and the federal government all reverted to behavior patterns reminiscent of those demonstrated during the era of violence on the railroads from 1873 to 1894.
590 |aSchool code: 0162.
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650 0|aStrikes and lockouts|xRailroads|zIllinois|xHistory.
650 0|aStrikes and lockouts|xRailroads|xLaw and legislation|zUnited States|xHistory.
650 0|aStrikes and lockouts|xRailroads|zIllinois|xLaw and legislation|xHistory.
650 0|aLabor disputes|zUnited States|xHistory.
650 0|aLabor disputes|zIllinois|xHistory.
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650 4|aHistory, United States.
650 4|aSociology, Industrial and Labor Relations.
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710 20|aNorthern Illinois University.
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791 2 |aNorthern Illinois University.|bDept. of History.|tDoctoral thesis.
791 |aPh.D.
792 |a1993
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856 |u|zElectronic book; Access restricted to NIU Libraries

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