8 edition of Labor and internationalism found in the catalog.
Labor and internationalism
Lorwin, Lewis Levitzki
|Other titles||Internationalism, Labor and.|
|Statement||by Lewis L. Lorwin.|
|Contributions||Brookings Institution. Institute of Economics.|
|LC Classifications||HD4841 .L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 682 p.|
|Number of Pages||682|
|LC Control Number||29009474|
Internationalism was not a dogma invented by Marx and Engels, but a recognition of the reality of the modern world. It proceeds from the fact that the economy of modern society is a world unit requiring international cooperation and division of labor for the further development of the productive forces. The Rise and Fall of Internationalism. Governing the World is an important book, if a deeply pessimistic one. such as the International Labor Organization and the World Health Organization. The 20th century was the age of international institutions of all sorts, an era when internationalism was built on nationalism and nation.
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Read this book on Questia. Internationalism may be an ideal, a policy, or a method. In any case, its characteristic feature is emphasis on the common interests of nations, on the political and economic interdependence of all peoples, on good-will and co-operation as opposed to wars and national conflicts.
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Last fall's protests at the World Trade Organization talks in Seattle made it clear that trade policy is no longer the exclusive domain of sheltered elites and corporate interests. Following the example of big business, unions are now going global -- backed by a growing worldwide consensus that freer trade must also protect human rights, the environment, and Cited by: COVID Resources.
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New interest in labour and union internationalism has developed over the last years. This collection, co-edited by scholars from an older and younger generation, is a very original attempt to grapple with the challenges of globalisation for labor.
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Roosevelt viewed Hitler's victories as a direct threat to the United States. But, opponents of the American involvement in Europe, like the America First Committee, supported foreign policy views of isolationism, meaning that they sought to keep the United States out of the European conflicts of the 's and 's.
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foreign relations in the Wilson era. Labor and internationalism book In this intellectually ambitious study, Elizabeth McKillen explores the significance of Wilsonian internationalism for workers and the influence of American labor in both shaping and undermining the foreign policies and war mobilization efforts of Author: Elizabeth Mckillen.
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Get this from a library. Labour internationalism in the global south: the SIGTUR initiative. [Robert O'Brien] -- Labour internationalism is often viewed as impossible or inevitable, depending upon political perspective.
O'Brien argues for a more nuanced, diverse understanding of labour internationalism. Noam Chomsky On COVID And His New Book: Internationalism Or Extinction.
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Internationalism is a political principle which transcends nationalism and advocates a greater political or economic cooperation among nations and people. Supporters of this principle are referred to as internationalists, and generally believe that the people of the world should unite across national, political, cultural, racial, or class.
Labor Internationalism and the Contradictions of Globalization: Or, Why the Local Is Sometimes Still Important in a Global Economy. This timely collection examines the origins of socialist-inspired labor internationalism and some of the challenges facing union campaigners today in the global north and south.
The First International after Years provides insights and inspiration for activists and academics alike. This book reconsider the main issues broached or Seller Rating: % positive. This book presents the first broad intellectual response by labor and working-class historians to the larger transnational turn in historical studies.
Drawing on an international conference of U.S., Canadian, Latin American, and Caribbean scholars, the book brings together emerging studies on workers, the state, and international labor activism and institutions.
With her new book, Elizabeth McKillen makes another significant contribution to labor and diplomatic history. She analyzes the interactions between labor and socialist leaders, on one side, and President Woodrow Wilson’s administration, on the other, from its response to the Mexican Revolution, through the Great War in Europe during the years of U.S.
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Human Rights, Labor and Solidarity in Latin America. Steve Striffler, Director of the Labor Studies Program and the Labor Resource Center, is exploring the impact that the emergence of human rights as a discourse and set of practices had on Latin American solidarity in general, and left internationalism in particular, during the post-WWII period.
This research is forthcoming in. In so doing, I hope not only to broaden our understanding of Progressive Era liberal internationalism by more fully incorporating the intellectual and political practices of non-elite actors, but also to extend our histories of U.S.
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The rationale and arguments against labor standards are evaluated. Models attempting to determine the economic implications of imposing minimum labor standards on low-standard nations are reviewed; assumptions as to whether capital and technology inflows are affected by labor standards are critical to these results.
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Labor Women’s Internationalism in the World War I Era. by Dorothy Sue Cobble By the same author. Dorothy Sue Cobble is professor of history and labor studies at Rutgers University. She studies the changing nature of work, social movements, and social policy in the U.S. and globally. which won the Philip Taft Book Prize for the Cited by: 4.
David Bacon is a west coast writer and photographer, and former factory worker and union organizer. His most recent book is Illegal People: How Globalization Creates Migration and Criminalizes Immigrants (Beacon Press, ). During the Cold War, many of the people with a radical vision of the world were driven out of our labor movement.Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.Books shelved as labor-history: Stayin' Alive: The s and the Last Days of the Working Class by Jefferson R.
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