|LC Classifications||HD8055.A5 T28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 499 p.|
|Number of Pages||499|
|LC Control Number||59007064|
OCLC Number: Notes: The second and concluding volume of the author's "study" begun with The A.F. of L. in the time of Gompers. Description: xi, pages 24 cm A Labor Chronicle The A. F. of L. From the Death of Gompers to the Merger. by Philip Taft. Harper. pp. $ The turbulent history of labor was simultaneously the history of America’s :// The A.F. of L. from the death of Gompers to the merger [Taft, Philip] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The A.F. of L. from the death of Gompers to the merger The A.F. of L. from the death of Gompers to the merger Item Preview remove-circle The second and concluding volume of the author's "study" begun with the A.F. of L. in the time of Gompers Includes bibliographical references Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN ://
Philip Taft (Ma – Novem ) was a noted labor historian whose research focused on the labor history of the United States and the American Federation of Labor Early life. Taft was born in in Syracuse, New York. His father died when he was still a young boy. William R. Green () was president of the American Federation of Labor during the stormiest period in United States labor history. William Green was born on March 3, , in Coshocton, Ohio, the son of English immigrants. He wanted to become a Baptist minister, but economic circumstances compelled him to enter the local mines. Soon the labor The A. F. of L. from the Death of Gompers to the Merger, by Philip Taft by Ben B. Seligman THE turbulent history of Philip Taft, The A.F. of L. from the Death of Gompers to the Merger (), gives a dry, detailed history of the organization during Green's presidency. For the conflict with the CIO see Walter Galenson, The CIO Challenge to the AFL: A History of the American Labor Movement, ().