Working for the Railroad: The Organization of Work in the Nineteenth Century
Walter Licht chronicles the working and personal lives of the first two generations of American railwaymen, the first workers in America to enter large-scale, bureaucratically managed, corporately owned work organizations.
Originally published in 1983.
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Subjects: Business, History
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