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

Ithaca: ILR Press, 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
ISBN: 0875463088

Price: $10.00