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Samuel Gompers, American statesman.
Florence Calvert Thorne
Bibliography: p. 175.
|LC Classifications||HD8073.G6 T5 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||70090710|
Gompers died Decem He served as president of the American Federation of Labor from to and from to his death. It has been claimed that to Samuel Gompers the American. His career was an American epic. Gompers died a poor man, but he had left a great cause. He was the pioneer of the American Labor movement and he played a great and honorable part in liberating men from bondage.” And there was one more achievement. It was Samuel Gompers who created Labor Day to be celebrated on the first Monday in September. Title Samuel Gompers, Summary Head and shoulders, facing right. Created / Published. Socialist critics like Daniel DeLeon believed such autonomy undermined class solidarity -- in fact DeLeon regularly mocked the AFL as the "American Separation of Labor." But Samuel Gompers argued that solidarity could not be imposed from above: Strong international unions, like the Carpenters or the Plumbers, had their own ideas about how to.
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Samuel Gompers (gŏm´pərz), –, American labor leader, He emigrated to the United States with his parents in He worked as a cigar maker and in joined the local union, serving as its president from towhen he helped to found the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions. Samuel Gompers and the Origins of the American Federation of Labor, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
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Hermann Lufft. Samuel Gompers: Arbeiterschaft und Volksgemeinschaft in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika. Samuel Gompers (né Gumpertz; Janu – Decem ) was a British-born American cigar maker, labor union leader and a key figure in American labor s founded the American Federation of Labor (AFL), and served as the organization's president from toand from until his death in He promoted harmony among the different craft unions that.
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USS SAMUEL GOMPERS is the first US Navy ship named for a Samuel Gompers who devoted his life to the labor movement and American ideals. Samuel Gompers was born in London on 27 January and was apprenticed to a cigar maker in The following year, at the age of 14, Gompers became associated with the labor movement.
Samuel Gompers (Janu – Decem ) was a key American labor union leader who founded the American Federation of Labor (AFL) and served as its president for nearly four decades, from toand from until his death in Samuel Gompers 1, words, approx.
5 pages The American labor leader Samuel Gompers () was the most significant single figure in the history of the American labor movement. Under such conditions, Samuel Gompers in his life-time was a figure of storm and controversy.
To upholders of unregulated free enterprise, of the open shop, of unbridled competition, he symbolized curbs on what they grimly saw as the American way --curbs which could only lead to socialism. Samuel Gompers was the first and longest-serving president of the American Federation of Labor (AFL); it is to him, as much as to anyone else, that the American labor movement owes its structure and characteristic strategies.
Under his leadership, the AFL became the largest and most influential labor federation in the world. Samuel Gompers () was born in London but came to the United States in He was influential in organizing the American Federation of Labor, and was president from the year of its founding in until with the exception of the year The Online Books Page.
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), also by Morris Hillquit and Max S. Hayes. gŏm´pərz [key], –, American labor leader, b. London. He emigrated to the United States with his parents in He worked as a cigar maker and in joined the local union, serving as its president from towhen he helped to.
Unsung hero Samuel Gompers worked tirelessly to ensure that no American worker would go unheard or overlooked, dedicating his life to fighting for their rights.
This comprehensive middle-grade biography provides an in-depth look at Gompers, the founding father of the American Federation of in England, Samuel Gompers grew up watching his father roll cigars, and at 10 years old.
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Book Review: The A.F. of L. in the Time of Gompers. By Philip Taft. Book Review: Samuel Gompers, American Statesman. By Florence Calvert Thorne. Volume 1 takes Gompers from his birth to his election, at as first president of the American Federation of Labor. The Knights of Labor, the New York City labor movement, the Henry George political campaign and the cigarmakers' fight against tenement production are major subjects.
Gompers was named president, and for the next thirty-eight years he worked for the A.F. of L. and made it a major force in the industrial world. Sam Gompers had only one goal—to improve working. Unsung hero Samuel Gompers worked tirelessly to ensure that no American worker would go unheard or overlooked, dedicating his life to fighting for their rights.
This comprehensive middle-grade biography provides an in-depth look at Gompers, the founding father of the American Federation of Labor. Florence Calvert Thorne is the author of Samuel Gompers, American Statesman ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )3/5(1).
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Samuel Cook, The Case for a Maryland Right-To-Work Law, (Maryland Business for. The Samuel Gompers Papers, Vol. 1 The Making of a Union Leader, Samuel Gompers () was president of the American Federation of Labor for almost four decades and an active leader in the labor movement for more than five.
This complex and enormously energetic man has belied easy characterizations of him from friend and foe alike. On DecemSamuel Gompers, the cigar-maker who became the father of the mainstream American labor movement, died, at the age of Fromwhen he forged the creation of the American Federation of Labor, until his death – with the exception of a one-year break – Gompers headed the organization, which became the nation’s.
Attempts to understand Samuel Gompers and his role in the American labor movement through his own words, his contemporaries and historians Leaf this objects is attached to the original book and can not to ripped off.
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The Buck Stove & .Samuel Gompers  (Janu – Decem ) was an emancipating labor. He also encouraged the AFL to take political action to "elect their friends" and "defeat their enemies".  During World War I, Gompers and the AFL openly supported the war effort,   attempting to avoid strikes and boost morale while raising wage rates and expanding membership.