"Trade Unionism in the United States: General Character and Types"

Hoxie, Robert F.
(1868-1916)
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1914
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Journal of Political Economy. vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 201-217. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago
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1914
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From the popular viewpoint, trade unionism is a simple, definite phenomenon upon which it is easy and safe to pass positive and sweeping judgments. Almost everyone, in fact, who is at all interested in economic or social affairs is inclined to assume that he knows just about what unionism is and just what ought to be done about it. The man in the street, the lawyer, the economist, the social worker, the teacher, the preacher, each has his positive concept and his positive scheme for union control or regeneration.... [From the text]