We Shall Not Be Moved: The Women's Factory Strike of 1909

by Joan Dash

Paperback, 1998




Polaris (1998), Edition: Reprint, 165 pages


Describes the conditions that gave rise to efforts to secure better working conditions for the women working in the garment industry in early twentieth-century New York and led to the formation of the Women's Trade Union League and the first women's strike in 1909.

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LibraryThing member ChloePalmer
Have you ever wanted to make a change in the world? If you are interested in the transformation of society, then look no further than "We Shall Not Be Moved: The Women's Factory Strike of 1909". Joan Dash, the wonderful author coaxes you into a world of discontent where workers unite to change their working conditions through protests, strikes, and perseverance. This vivid and touching portrait of the lives of young, working-class women will be sure to inspire anyone who reads it.… (more)


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165 p.; 7.59 inches


0590484109 / 9780590484107

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young readers
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