HRPO 1305 Houston Community College Labour Movement in the United States Essay

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Essay #1

Compare and contrast the economic, political and social climate of the late 1800's through the 1900's as it relates to the U.S. Labor Movement. What was the impact of the National Labor Relations Act (also known as the Wagner Act) during this period of time?

Refer to rubric for complete details. Your essay should be detailed and demonstrate an understanding of the course material.

Essay #1 should be 3-4 pages (not including reference/citation page). Paper should be typed and double spaced. Do not use fonts larger than 12pt. Uploaded in "Word" format

Submit your own work! Do not copy, cut, paste, or rewrite the works of others. This is plagiarism which will result in failure as well as being reported for academic dishonesty. Your paper should have less than 30% similarity measurement with Turnitin. Ensure that you use proper citations when referencing the writings of others.

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This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroductory ParagraphIntroduction of topic to be discussed. Ability to grab readers attention. Provide thesis statement

5.0 pts

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0.0 pts

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5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeHistorical ApplicationBackground information – thoroughness and accuracy of research
Demonstrated understating of complexity of facts and ability to relay facts in organized format

15.0 pts

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15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCompare and ContrastThe overall impact of the labor movement (include all perspectives: employees, union, and society)

The economic, political and social climate

20.0 pts

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0.0 pts

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20.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusionEffectively summarize discussed points
Clear reflection of thesis statement

5.0 pts

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0.0 pts

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5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganizationReadability, overall clarity, proper use of grammar, and use of citations

5.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

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5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeNo DescriptionThe project should represent your original work. It should not contain more than a 30% similarity with Turn It In. Failure to submit your own original work will result in failure.

0.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

0.0 pts

Total Points: 50.0

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Submission date: 23-Oct-2020 02:18AM (UTC-0400)
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Running head: LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE US

Labour Movement in the United States
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LABOR MOVEMENT IN THE US

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Labor Movement in the United States
American workers worked on difficult jobs for long working hours with little pay in the
1800 and early 1900s. Mass production threw labourers into unskilled labour. The employees'
welfare was of little concern in the face of mass production. In the period of 1800s to 1900s the
United States was experiencing economic growth (The US economy: Historical Overview,
2020). Strikes emerged with employees seeking a better pay and safe working conditions and
reasonable working hours. While the United States experienced enormous economic and
industrial growt...


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