- Title Pages
IntroductionProtestantism and Labor Reform Movements
Chapter 1A City of Industrial and Religious Extremes
Chapter 2Opening Eight-Hour Protests and the 1867 Eight-Hour Law
Chapter 3Eight Hours and the Financial Crisis of 1873
Chapter 4Marching to Haymarket and the 1886 Eight-Hour Campaign
Chapter 5A “New Consciousness” for Constructing a Morality of Leisure
Chapter 6Shifting Eight-Hour Reform from Consciousness to Creed in the Twentieth Century
ConclusionReligion and the Trajectory of Labor Reform Movements
- The Working Class in American History
- Production Credits
- Redeeming Time
- University of Illinois Press
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