Unions, Strikes, Shaw

"The Capitalism of the Proletariat"
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Unions, Strikes, Shaw:

The Capitalism of the Proletariat
’ is the first book to treat Bernard Shaw—socialist, dramatist, public speaker and union member—in relation to unions and strikes. For over half a century he urged workers to join unions, which he called, paradoxically, “the Capitalism of the Proletariat,” because as capitalists try to get as much labor as possible from workers while paying them as little as possible, unions try to gain as high wages as possible from employers while working as little as possible. He opposed general strikes as destined to fail, since owners can hold out longer than workers, whose unions have less money to support them during strikes. This book offers background on major strikes in and before Shaw’s time —including the Colorado Coalfield War and the Dublin Lockout, both in 1913—before analyzing the causes, day-by-day events and consequences of Britain’s 1926 General Strike. It begins and ends with examinations of their and Shaw’s relevance to actions on unions and strikes in our own time.

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ReiheBernard Shaw and His Contemporaries
ISBN 9783030991302
Sprache Englisch
Ausgabe 1st ed. 2022
Erscheinungsdatum 18.05.2022
Umfang 102 Seiten
Genre Kunst/Theater, Ballett
Format Hardcover
Verlag Springer International Publishing
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