|Statement||by Wm. Schneiderman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
Nelson's narrative traces the rise of organized radicalism and class warfare on the Pacific Coast of the USA during the s, telling the story of the rise and fall of a united industrial union of the maritime industry, which still spawned the ILWU, one of the more storied and militant unions in the United States/5. The Pacific Coast maritime strike of lasted ninety-nine days and cost the maritime and related industries almost $ million. For seventy years scholars have placed primary blame on the shipowners and waterfront operators, who are seen as preferring to tie up their ships rather than grant union demands. The records of the U.S. Maritime Commission (–) reveal a . Guide to the C. Lyn Fox Papers pertaining to the Longshoremen's strike and the Pacific Coast maritime strike, Processed by Special Collections staff; machine-readable finding aid created by Patricia White Department of Special Collections Green Library Stanford University Libraries Stanford, CA Phone: () The End of the Maritime Strike A Hunger Strike Rossi McGrady mediation board meeting membership ment Michael Casey move negotiations newspapers officials operating organized labor Pacific Coast parade picket lines police port rank and file rank-and-file refused representatives resolution Roger Lapham Roosevelt About Google Books.
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