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A business union is a type of trade union that is opposed to class or revolutionary unionism and ... according to Hoxie, business unionists were advocates of "pure and simple" trade unionism, as opposed to class or revolutionary unionism.

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Adolph Strasser, a leader of the cigarmakers' union, clearly articulated this emerging philosophy of “pure and simple unionism” in his 1883 testimony before the ...

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But equally significant was the enunciation of a guiding labour philosophy—“pure and simpleunionism—under the aegis of Samuel Gompers and his circle of ...

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Second, Gompers believed in a pure-and-simple unionism that focused primarily on economic rather than political reform as the best way of securing workers' ...

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socialism to pure and simple unionism. The present article deals with the transformation of the key personality in this story, Adolph Strasser. Both McGuire and ...

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Gompers repudiated socialism and advocated a pragmatic "pure and simple" unionism that emphasized agreements with employees--which would spell out for ...

www.peoplesworld.org/article/today-in-labor-history-samuel-gompers-dies-at-the-age-of-7

Dec 13, 2012 ... At first, Gompers believed in a pure-and-simple unionism that focused primarily on economic rather than political reform as the best way of ...

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Part of the Labor History Commons, and the Unions Commons ... Labor History | Labor Relations | Unions ... Pure and Simple Politics: The American Fed-.

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formed in the 1880s was one of the first industrial unions in the nation ... Pure and simple unionism 1886. began with about 140,000 members; by 1917 it had 2.5 ...