This essay focuses on farmers and industrial workers.1873-1900? Some tips for success: Include a strong thesis statement that identifies your argument, previews your body point, and articulates the answer to the so what question or articulates a historical significance.
How did farmers and industrial workers respond to challenges during the American Gilded Age, c. 1873-1900? Some tips for success: Include a strong thesis statement that identifies your argument, previews your body point, and articulates the answer to the so what question or articulates a historical significance. Why do we care? Use specific historical examples from Zinn like the Populist Party, explain their platform and significance. The more examples in the essay, the higher the grade If I were responding to this prompt my three body paragraphs would focus on farmers, workers, and the populists. Use Example from Zinn
The Industrial Worker, “the voice of revolutionary industrial unionism,” is the magazine of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). It is currently released quarterly. The publication is print and edit by union labor, and is frequently distribute at radical bookstores, demonstrations, strikes and labor rallies. It covers industrial conditions, strikes, workplace organizing experiences, and features on labor history. It used to be release as a newspaper.
The newspaper was first printed in journal format in Joliet, Illinois, beginning in January 1906, incorporating “The Voice of Labor,” the newspaper from the former American Labor Union which had joined the IWW, and “International Metal Worker.” It was edited by A. S. Edwards, and early contributors include Eugene V. Debs, Jack London, Daniel DeLeon, Bill Haywood, and James H. Walsh, along with poetry by Covington Hall.
When the group led by ousted President Charles O. Sherman retaine physical control over the paper after the union’s 1906 Convention, and continued publication under that name for a few months (before giving up the ghost), the IWW instead issued the Industrial Union Bulletin for several years. A.S. Edwards was elect editor of the Bulletin in 1906. The second series of the Industrial Worker commenced in 1909 in Spokane, Washington. Continue to this day, with only one major interruption, during the period of 1913-1916. In the early years, it print weekly and mainly circulate west of the Mississippi.While the IWW’s “Official Eastern Organ” was Solidarity publishin New Castle, Pennsylvania and later, Cleveland, which continue until it merge with the Industrial Worker in Chicago in the 1930s.
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