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Managers and Workers: Origins of the Twentieth-Century Factory System in the U.S. 1880-1920 (2nd ed.)
Daniel Nelson (au)
During the early years of the 20th cent., the classic factory system of the industrial revolution evolved rapidly into a new, identifiable form that would characterize American world industry for most of the 20th cent. This transformation was as important for industrial managers, workers, & consumers as the initial creation of the factory. Describes the interrelations between technological & organizational innovation, including such familiar develop. as the spread of mass production & the emergence of scientific mgmt., & other develop. that were little known in the first ed., such as the revol. in factory architecture, the changing role of the foreman, & the spread of personnel work. A new chap. on the role of organized labor in the early-20th-cent. factory.
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