The 1892 Homestead Strike

The 1892 Homestead Strike

Lecture 11 Of 24

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This Lecture: Travel into the world of American workers, and view the poignant social problems that accompanied industrialization. Learn how technological changes in industry affected living conditions for workers, and follow the rise of labor movements, violent strikes, and intense conflict between labor unions and management. The Course: Step back in time with America in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era. Over six innovative decades marked by economic, political, social, and technological upheavals, the U.S. went from an agrarian, isolationist country to the greatest industrial power and a nascent geopolitical superpower. All Lectures: 1. 1865: "Bind Up the Nation's Wounds" 2. The Reconstruction Revolution 3. Buffalo Bill Cody and the Myth of the West 4. Smokestack Nation: The Industrial Titans 5. Andrew Carnegie: The Self-Made Ideal 6. Big Business: Democracy for Sale? 7. The New Immigrants: A New America 8. Big Cities: The Underbelly Revealed 9. Popular Culture: Jazz, Modern Art, Movies 10. New Technology: Cars, Electricity, Records 11. The 1892 Homestead Strike 12. Morals and Manners: Middle-Class Society 13. Mrs. Vanderbilt's Gala Ball 14. Populist Revolt: The Grangers and Coxey 15. Rough Riders and the Imperial Dream 16. No More Corsets: The New Woman 17. Trust-Busting in the Progressive Era 18. The 1911 Triangle Fire and Reform 19. Theodore Roosevelt, Conservationist 20. Urban Reform: How the Other Half Lives 21. The 17th Amendment: Democracy Restored 22. Early Civil Rights: Washington or Du Bois? 23. Over There: A World Safe for Democracy 24. Upheaval and the End of an Era
Publisher: [United States]:, The Great Courses,, 2015
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Edition: Unabridged
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Additional Contributors: O'Donnell, Edward T.
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