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by Irving Bernstein

  • ISBN: 0140208038
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Irving Bernstein
  • Subcategory: Economics
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin b Ooks (1970)
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Here, Irving Bernstein recaptures the social history of the decade leading up to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s inauguration, uncovers its widespread inequality, and sheds light on the long-forgotten struggles that form the prelude to the great labor victories of the 1930s.

Here, Irving Bernstein recaptures the social history of the decade leading up to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s inauguration, uncovers its widespread inequality, and sheds light on the long-forgotten struggles that form the prelude to the great labor victories of the 1930s. 'In other words, viewed from afar, most of the people who were suffering the hardships of the Depression were depressed and even ashamed, ready to blame themselves for their plight. But the train of developments that connects changes in social conditions to a changed consciousness is not simple.

Paperback, 592 pages. Published July 1st 2010 by Haymarket Books (first published March 1st 1960).

Pre-eminent among historians of labor history. Here, Irving Bernstein recaptures the social history of the decade leading up to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s inauguration, uncovers its widespread inequality, and sheds light on the long-forgotten struggles that form the prelude to the great labor victories of the 1930s. Paperback, 592 pages. The Lean Years: A History of the American Worker, 1920-1933 (Da Capo Paperback).

Here, Irving Bernstein recaptures the social history of the decade leading up to. .

Here, Irving Bernstein recaptures the social history of the decade leading up to Franklin Delano Roosevelt's inauguration, uncovers its widespread inequality, and sheds light on the long-forgotten struggles that form the prelude to the great labor victories of the 1930s. The textbook history of the 1920s is a story of Prohibition, flappers, and unbounded prosperity. She is the author of several books on the social history of the Great Depression, including Regulating the Poor and Poor People's Movements, co-authored with Richard Cloward.

The Lean Years: A History of the American Worker, 1920-1933 focuses on the decline of the American labor movement . Bernstein was an officer of the National Academy of Arbitrators, and a member of the Federal Services Impasses Panel from 1979 to 1980

The Lean Years: A History of the American Worker, 1920-1933 focuses on the decline of the American labor movement following World War I. A decade later, he published The Turbulent Years: A History of the American Worker, 1933-1941, in which he described American unions' growth under the New Deal. Bernstein was an officer of the National Academy of Arbitrators, and a member of the Federal Services Impasses Panel from 1979 to 1980. Three times the UCLA Political Science Honor Society proclaimed him "Professor of the Year" for his teaching skills.

Arthur Schlesinger, J. he textbook history of the 1920s is a story of. he textbook history of the 1920s is a story of Prohibition, flappers, and unbounded. From the Roaring Twenties through to the Great Depression, Irving Bernstein presents a comprehensive history of the American workforce.

The Journal of Economic History. Volume 27, Issue 1. March 1967, pp. 100-101. The Lean Years: A History of the American Worker, 1920–1933. Baltimore: Penguin Books, In. 966. Vernon M. Briggs (a1).

The worker's life was not easy, but the country was enjoying general prosperity. The worker suffered as never before. Even so, the Communists made little headway with the worker. The advent of the depression, however, produced conditions which called for drastic measures and agonizing reappraisals. It was the middle-class intellectuals who flocked to the Red cause, while the workers, organized and unorganized, simply stuck it out until they could put a Democrat in the White House. Mr. Bernstein's book covers a wide field in considerable detail.

Professor Emeritus of Political Science Irving Bernstein; Frances Fox . Lean Years, The: A History Of The American Worker, 1920-1933. Originally published: Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960.

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