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Fink, Gary M.

The Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills strike of 1914-1915; espionage, labor conflict, and new south industrial relations

ILR Press, Ithaca. 1993, xii, 180p., illus., dj. "Mill operatives walked off their jobs at Atlanta's Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills complex in the spring of 1914, initiating a strike that involved not only the class conflict inherent in a labor-management dispute, but also ethnic confrontations, gender divisions, social and economic reforms, regional and sectional differences, and the textile industry's rendition of the gospel of efficiency." - dj

Cat.No: 46496

Price: $10.00

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