Comrades or Cousins: Globalization, Workers and Labour Movements in Britain, the USA and Australia from the 1880s to 1914
This cross-national comparative labor history examines the movement's attitudes toward class, race, and politics in Britain, Australia, and the United States during the era of New Imperialism, 1880-1914. Teasing out similarities and considering peculiarities among nations, this research explores contemporary implications and addresses the role of labor in today's globalized world. Primary sources complement the comparative geographical focus.
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