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  • revolutions Global commerce, competition and empire Trade unionism, socialism and marxism Independence in the Americas Queen Victoria Benjamin Disraeli
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  • modest size of European capitals at the beginning of the modern period allowed for a specialization of trade and, as the cities grew, production increasingly
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  • Australia Day 1938 The Aboriginals commemorated 150 years of white settlement not with a day of celebration but with a day of mourning. A Trade Union is an
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  • unionism), the IWW supported the concept of industrial unionism, in which all workers in a given industry are organized in one union, regardless of each
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  • defined as organizations usually consisting of workers of the same trade that are formed for the purpose of advancing its members’ interests (as through
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  • fed into the revolutionary unionism of the I.W.W. As one historian notes, the "proceedings of the I.W.W.'s inaugural convention indicate that the participants
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  • European History The current, editable version of this book is available in Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection, at http://en.wikibooks
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  • (pure) cells of anarchist militants, generally opposed trade unionism (although Kropotkin was not one of these as he saw the importance of militant workers
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  • trade unionism and unable to repeat this success, the Knights soon fell into a decline. Their place in the labor movement was gradually taken by the American
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  • unionism), the IWW supported the concept of industrial unionism, in which all workers in a given industry are organized in one union, regardless of each
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  • provision. This situation led to a growth in trade unionism, which, however, failed to achieve anything substantial. The workers' political parties had no real
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  • overcome strong business opposition to independent unionism. After its demise in 1935, Congress passed the National Labor Relations Act, which restated that
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  • The Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union (OCAW) was a trade union in the United States. At the time of its dissolution and merger in 1999, the International
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  • isolated acts of revolt" particularly once "he saw greater opportunities for developing collective action in the new militant trade unionism." [Caroline
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  • Britain, the ferment produced the shop stewards' movement and the strikes on Clydeside; Germany saw the rise of IWW inspired industrial unionism and a libertarian
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