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momentous question; the respective attitudes of labor and capital.

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StatementArticles specially contributed by prominent and well known representatives.
SeriesBurt Franklin research and source works series, 721. Selected essays in history, economics and social science, 257
LC ClassificationsHD8072 .S935 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination498 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5759524M
ISBN 100833744410
LC Control Number71157155

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This book was reissued as A Momentous Question: The Respective Attitudes of Labor and Capital. Philadelphia: Keller Publishing Co., Swinton signs the forward of this book “July ,” thereby providing the date of Debs’ contribution. The times in which we live demand plain, straightforward, heroic talk; subterfuge is cowardice.

John Swinton (–) was a Scottish-American journalist, newspaper publisher, and gh he arguably gained his greatest influence as the chief editorial writer of The New York Times during the decade of the s, Swinton is best remembered as the namesake of John Swinton's Paper, one of the most prominent American labor newspapers of the s.

A momentous question: the respective attitudes of labor and capital. / With an introd. by Leon Stein & Philip Taft Swinton, John [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 5 libraries.

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We selected the website category for many reasons. We were both interested in certain. A MOMENTOUS QUESTION: The Respective Attitudes of Labor and Capital Introduction by Leon Stein and Philip Taft In John Swinton founded a four_page "independent" labor paper known simply as John Swinton's Paper, and for the next four years until he could no longer sustain it, made it.

Labor and capital are economic terms that describe 1. workers and their labor power and, 2. capitalists and their material and financial capital.

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[1] In terms of politics, labor and capital are two distinct classes that coexist in a capitalist society (a society based on the exchange between labor and capital). Attitudes and beliefs may cause a person to work harder and perform better, or, the opposite may occur, and he or she may work less.

Job satisfaction also affects a person's general well-being for the reason that people spend a good part of the day at work. The central problem of all revolutions is that of state power. Which class is to hold it. There can be no revolutionary movement without revolutionary theory – as Lenin many times reiterated – so it is not surprising that he spent the months of August and September, while in hiding, preparing a work on the subject of State and Revolution.

He had been studying the subject systematically. A momentous question; the respective attitudes of labor and capital, (Philadelphia, A. Keller company, ), by John Swinton (page images at HathiTrust) Report on the Chicago strike of June-July, / (Washington: Govt.


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off., ), by United States. Strike Commission (page images at. Not all of the information Marx supplies on the first stage of communism fits neatly into the list of demands found in the Communist Manifesto: the state, conditions and hours of work, planning for production, and the distribution of what is produced remain to be an instrument of working class rule, the state in this period is labeled, in what has proven to be an unfortunate turn.

The Capital-Labor Relation: Contemporary Character and Prospects for Change 4 That is, capital income arises from the marginal productivity of capital, fr om time preference, and from risk aversion. 6 The income of capital and labor are entirel y parallel in.

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Hobiitzeli voted and Revercomb 12 7 in favor of more control over labor. In Connecticut. Republican Senator William A Purteil faces labor’s wrath with a 14 4 “anti-labor’’ record on 18 of the key amendments. ie where labor is strong, Charles E.

Potter (R) op-d Lt. Gov, Philip A, Hart ‘anti-labor. Reciprocity in social exchange is expected and part of well-being. 3 core hypotheses: 1) Disparity of high effort and low reward increases the risk of reduced health beyond the risk associated with each component; 2) overcommitted people are at increased risk of reduced health, whether or not this pattern of coping is reinforced by work characteristics; 3) high risks of reduced health are.Chapter 2 Labor Markets.

Chapter 3 Labor Supply. Chapter 4 Labor Demand. Chapter 5 Job Attributes. Chapter 6 Schooling. Chapter 7 Training, Turnover, and Migration.

Chapter 8 Discrimination. Chapter 9 Unions. Chapter 10 Wage Distribution. Chapter 11 Compensation Strategies. Chapter 12 Unemployment.The difficulties which beset the use of the word capital, as an exact term, and which are even more strikingly exemplified in current political and social discussions than in the definitions of economic writers, arise from two facts - first, that certain classes of things, the possession of which to the individual is precisely equivalent to the.