The Limits of Labour: Class Formation and the Labour Movement in Calgary, 1883-1929 (Hardback)David Bright (author)
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In a few short decades before the First World War, Calgary was transformed from a frontier outpost into a complex industrial metropolis. With industrialization there emerged a diverse and equally complex working class. David Bright explores the various levels of class formation and class identity in the city to argue that Calgary's reputation as a prewar centre of labour conservatism is in need of revision.
Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
Number of pages: 286
Weight: 540 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
Bright's well-crafted work contributes usefully to the fast-developing study of local labor history in western Canadian cities ... Recommended. -- M. J. Moore * Choice *
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