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Life of Richard F. Trevellick, the labor orator, or the harbinger of the eight-hour system.
|LC Classifications||HD6509.T7 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. incl. front. (port.)|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||15001419|
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Trevellick, the labor orator or the harbinger of the eight-hour system. Trevellick travelled world-wide to organize labor unions and political parties while lecturing on the importance of the eight-hour system.
The book includes death notices, euologies and poems. A biography of Richard F. Trevellick, the labor orator or the harbinger of the eight-hour system. Trevellick travelled world-wide to organize labor unions and political parties while lecturing on the importance of the eight-hour system.
The book includes death notices, euologies and poems. Topics: Labor leaders--United States--Biography. [Trevellick] Obadiah Hicks, LIFE OF RICHARD F. TREVELLICK, THE LABOR ORATOR or HARBINGER OF THE EIGHT-HOUR SYSTEM. (NY: Arno & the New York Times, ).
Reprint of the J.E. Williams & Company edition as part of the series: "American Labor -- From Conspiracy to Collective Bargaining, Series II". Called a convention in Baltimore that formed NLU. Eight-hour day, end to convict labor, for currency and banking reform, to push wage scales higher, endorsed restriction on Chinese migrants, supported the cause of working women and elected a woman as one of its national officers.
The Second Party System mainly arose with competition between the Whig and Democrat party in the s up to the Civil War. The Democrats and the Whigs essentially dominated US politics by nominating the most reasonable and popular candidates.
This system was soon disrupted by the emergence of the Republican party. Known as the “silver-tongued orator of the labor movement,’’ Litchman had spoken of the curse of labor-saving machinery, of the neces sity for laborers to own the machines themselves, and of producers' coop eratives as the only remedy for the nefarious wage system.
8 Labadie, the Greenback party's mayoral candidate for the upcoming city. Michigan was one of the strongest Greenback states in the country. Detroit's grand old man of labor, Richard Trevellick, one of the nation's first labor lobbyists, helped launch the Greenback party at a Cleveland convention in and was a leading light in the movement.
The book was Sedley Taylor's Profit-Sharing, an Englishman's detailed description of European modifications of the wage system, which arrived in America in at the beginning of a short but severe industrial depression. ~9 Even by late nineteenth-century standards, the next two years were particularly turbulent ones, as wage cutting.
The organization also wanted effective enforcement of the existing child labor laws. Although the NCLC also desired compulsory school attendance, it never devoted much energy to this issue.
By35 states prohibited the employment of children aged less than 14 years and mandated a maximum eight-hour day for workers less than 16 years old. The Wages of Whiteness. THE HAYMARKET SERIES. Editors: Mike Davis and Michael Sprinker. The Haymarket Series offers original studies in politics, history and culture, with a focus on North America.
Representing views across the American left on a wide range of subjects, the series will be of interest to socialists both in the USA and throughout the world. A century after the first May Day, the.