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  • ISBN 0252065123
  • ISBN13 978-0252065125
  • Language English
  • Author Daniel R. Ernst
  • Publisher University of Illinois Press (August 1, 1995)
  • Pages 360
  • Formats doc mbr lit docx
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1250 kb
  • Size Fb2 1309 kb
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A major revision of the history of labor law in the United States in the early twentieth century, "Lawyers against Labor" goes beyond legal issues to consider cultural, political, and industrial history as well. In the first full treatment of the turn-of-the-century American Anti-Boycott Association(AABA), Daniel Ernst ably leads the reader through a compelling story of business and politics.

The AABA was an organization of small- to medium-sized employers whose staff litigated and lobbied against organized labor. Ernst captures in depth the characters involved, bringing them to life with a writer's eye and a touch of wit. As he examines the AABA at work to combat trade unions through the courts, he introduces its most notable leaders, Daniel Davenport and Walter Gordon Merritt - who personified the opposing points of view - and shows how pluralism had won itself a place in the legal, academic, political, corporate, and even trade-union worlds long before the New Deal.


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Lawyers against Labor: From Individual Rights to Corporate Liberalism (Working Class in American History). Lawyers against Labor: From Individual Rights to Corporate Liberalism (Working Class in American History).

A major revision of the history of labor law in the United States in the early twentieth century, "Lawyers against .

In the first full treatment of the turn-of-the-century American Anti-Boycott Association(AABA), Daniel Ernst ably leads the reader through a compelling story of business and politics.

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forms of state power throughout American history.

15 In contrast to the myth of the weak American state, the historical revision already well under way attempts to document the conscious and continuous construction of new forms of state power throughout American history. This story of state devel- opment does not fit into established categories such as classical liberalism vs. modern social democracy or Gilded Age conservatism vs. Progressive Era reform.

Corporate Democracy: How Corporations Justified Their Right to Speak in 1970s . Lawyers against Labor: From Individual Rights to Corporate Liberalism (Working Class in American History) Sep 01, 1995.

efforts to raise their personal income taxes. When frustrated Massachusetts legislators banned this sort of corporate spending, the executive.

The Labor and Working Class History Association (LAWCHA) strongly .

The Labor and Working Class History Association (LAWCHA) strongly supported the legislation, launching an initiative called Telling Labor's Story in an effort to explain the need for reform, and creating a formal liaison with the AFL-CIO to coordinate opinion pieces, articles, and press availabilities promoting the ac. 18. This is an aspect of US labor history that is still no doubt underestimated by labor historians. The definitive historical treatment of Merritt and other forefathers of the present-day right-to-work movement is Ernst, Daniel, Lawyers Against Labor: From Individual Rights to Corporate Liberalism (Urbana, IL, 1995).

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Corporate liberalism is a thesis in United States historiography and a tool for its open door imperialism in which the corporate elite become "both the chief beneficiaries of and the chief lobbyists for the supposedly anti-business regulations". The idea is that both owners of corporations as well as high up government officials came together to become the class of elites.

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