German Workers in Chicago: A Documentary History of Working-class Culture from 1850 to World War I

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University of Illinois Press, 1988 - 427 من الصفحات

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PROLOGUE
16
The Chicago Labor Press Denounces the Practices of German
44
A Letter to the Editor from
50
Homogenization of the Work Process
54
The New York Union Thinks That It Is Outdated
67
The Fate of Women Workers
80
LIVING CONDITIONS
100
Rehabilitating the Poor and Needy
125
Jerusalem and Chicago
314
Easter Hope
316
Pentecost by Martin Drescher
317
Reportage and Editorial
318
Thanksgiving midst the Unhappy Liberated People and the Happy Captives
319
Tired of Living A German Husband and Wife Hang Themselves
321
Merry Christmas
323
Occasional Political Poetry
324

Tenement House
132
Housing for Single Men and Women
138
Helpless and Deserted
146
Milwaukee Avenue as a Center for Transportation Business
169
A Collection for the Victims of
182
A Strike in a Furniture Factory
195
The Cannstatter Volksfest
210
The Commune Celebration A Real Folk Festival
266
In Memory of Karl Marx by Michael Schwab
269
Haymarket Commemorative Celebration Chicagos Work ers Remember Their Martyrs
271
To the Manes of the 11th of November by Georg Bie denkapp
276
The Paris Commune
279
G Hauptmanns Weavers with John Most
280
Advertisement for The Weavers
283
The Purpose of Workers Singing Societies
284
The Workers Association of Singers Holds a Major Concert in Orchestra Hall
289
Women and the Labor Movement
291
To Chicagos Working Women
292
Letter to the Editors from Mrs M B concerning Womens Mutual Benefit Societies
296
The Proletarians Wife by Ludwig Lessen
298
LITERATURE
300
Contrafacture Travesty and Satire
303
Ten Commandments for Workers
305
Twelve Commandments for Union Members
306
The Strike From a Capitalists Diary
307
The Rich Man to his Son by Conrad Conzett
311
The Reinterpretation of MiddleClass Christian Holidays
312
New Years 1888 by Robert Reitzel
313
Cast Not Your Votes Away by Gustav Lyser
326
GreenbackTicket or Socialist WorkersTicket?
327
The Shameful Monument at Chicagos Haymarket which in the meantime has been torn down by Wilhelm L Rosenberg
328
Labor Day by Martin Drescher
329
The PotterPalmer Swindle by Flamingo
330
Songs
331
Beyond the Grey Watry Desert
333
The Song of the Commune by Carl Sahm
334
Song of Fraternity
335
Demonstration Song by Martin Drescher
336
Narrative Prose
337
With Industry and Thrift by L A Geißler
339
WORKINGCLASS CULTURE AND THE DOMINANT CULTURE
347
Confabulation Written in Prison by August Spies
349
The Moor Can Go by W Feinkorn
352
Guardianship Not Necessary
354
Sunday Observations
357
Declaration of Independence
360
Conflicts with the Police and Courts
362
Another Failure A Second Provocation Is Thwarted by the Workers Constraint
363
Outrageous Defenseless Workers Assaulted by Police
366
The Talk of the Day The Exact Wording of the Great Decision
368
Education and the Public School System
371
How Can We Save Our Classical Writers? A Word
386
by Alfred Kolb
389
What Should the Workers Child Become?
399
INDEX
413
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