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Eight Hours for What We Will : Workers and Leisure in an Industrial City, 1870-1920 (Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Modern History)

Rosenzweig, Roy

Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1983
ISBN 10: 0521239168 / ISBN 13: 9780521239165
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Titel: Eight Hours for What We Will : Workers and ...

Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Erscheinungsdatum: 1983

Einband: hardcover

Zustand: Very Good

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket

Auflage: First Edition.

Art des Buches: Ex-Library


Black hard cover with gilt lettering on spine and contents in very good clean condition showing very slight signs of wear. Library stamps on front endpapers, title page and BEP. Library sticker and stamp on BEP. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 217351

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Inhaltsangabe: In the first comprehensive study of American working-class recreation, Professor Rosenzweig takes us to the saloons, the ethnic and church picnics, the parks and playgrounds, the amusement parks, and the movie houses where industrial workers spent their leisure hours. Focusing on the city of Worcester, Massachusetts, he describes the profound changes that popular leisure underwent. Explaining what these pastimes and amusements tell us about the nature of working-class culture and class relations in this era, he demonstrates that in order fully to understand the working class experience it is necessary to explore the realm of leisure. For what workers did in the corner saloon, the neighbourhood park, the fraternal lodge hall, the amusement park, and the nickelodeon had a good deal of bearing on what happened inside the factories, the union halls, and the voting booths of America's industrial communities.

Rezension: 'In the proliferating scholarship on American working-class history, leisure has been among the last themes to be taken up. Thus, the appearance of Roy Rosenzweig's book is especially to be welcomed. It is an admirable study on several counts. For one thing, it fully exploits the advantages of local history ? His exhaustive research has yielded rich materials, anabling him, for example, to show the changing composition of Worcester's saloonkeepers and to chart the opening history of the city's movie houses ? especially impressive is his subtle assessment of the impact of the movies on Worcester's working people.' David Brody, Journal of American History

'Eight Hours For What We Will is a major contribution to modern American working-class history and to the history of a changing American popular and mass culture.' Herbert Gutman, Distinguished Professor of History, City University of New York

'This is conceptually a very innovative and important book.' Thomas A. McMullin, Historical Journal of Massachusetts

'Rosenzweig provides a fascinating study of the interplay of class, ethnicity, and economics in shaping the leisure culture of Worcester's working class.' Mark Aldrich, The Journal of Economic History

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