American Industrial Labor
Lecture no. 25 from the course: The Industrial Revolution
Taught by Professor Patrick N. Allitt | 28 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses
The American belief in upward mobility and its heterogeneous workforce constrained the union labor movement. Nevertheless, many strikes and protests did occur in response to industrialization. Experience the Great Railroad Strike, the Haymarket Square riot, and other important events in the history of American labor.