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HST 308  Labor History of the United States since 1863: Modern Labor and Working-Class History (Interim New)


Semester
Spring of every year
Credits
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Description
Lives, agency, organization and activism of the diverse population of working-class people in the United States from the start of the modern industrial age to the present. Economy and the state. Radicalism and violence. Theories and structures of labor relations systems, Diversity in the labor force. Changing nature of work. Labor movements. Environmental impacts of work. Health and safety. Globalization.
Effective Dates
SPRING 2023 - Open