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100 1  Olsson, Lars,|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n90615341|eauthor. 
245 10 Women's work and politics in WWI America :|bthe 
       Munsingwear family of Minneapolis /|cLars Olsson. 
264  1 Cham :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2018. 
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505 0  Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List 
       of Tables; Chapter 1 Introduction; "Camp Munsingwear" at 
       War; " ... the Problem of Women in Industry Is Growing 
       Greater Every Day"; The Northwestern Knitting Company; The
       Minnesota Watchdog of Loyalty and Its Women's Committee; 
       Sources; Chapter 2 The Political Economy of Minneapolis; 
       An Industrial Center of the Midwest; Labor Migration into 
       Minneapolis; Population, Occupation, and Politics in 
       Minneapolis Until 1920; Organized Labor in Minneapolis; 
       Organized Capital in Minneapolis; Labor Politics in 
       Minnesota 1887-1920 
505 8  Chapter 3 The Northwestern Knitting Company-Makers of 
       Munsing WearIndustrial Garment Making; Knitting and Sewing
       -Women's Work; The Northwestern Knitting Company/The 
       Munsingwear Corporation; Scientific Management at Work; 
       The Directors; The Women at Work; Chapter 4 Divided Work-
       Women and Men at Work for the Company; Introduction to 
       Work; The Making of Munsing Wear; The Administration of 
       the Making of Munsing Wear; Expansion and Feminization of 
       Office Work in the United States and in Minneapolis; The 
       Administration of the Making of Munsing Wear 
505 8  Cleaning and Feeding: Reproductive Work for "the 
       Munsingwear Family"Hours of Work; Chapter 5 A Non-union 
       Shop; Organized Labor Within the US Garment Industry; 
       Unionization Efforts of Garment Workers in Minneapolis and
       at the Northwestern Knitting Company/the Munsingwear 
       Corporation; Chapter 6 "The Munsingwear Family": 
       Industrial Welfare and Paternalism; Industrial Welfare in 
       the United States and in Minneapolis; Labor Turnover, 
       Industrial Welfare and Paternalism in "the Munsingwear 
       Family"; Bonus and Profit Sharing; The Munsingwear 
       Industrial Welfare Program; The Cafeteria 
505 8  The Employee's Mutual Benefit AssociationGetting to Work 
       and Back Home; The Medical Department; The Munsingwear 
       News-The Company House Organ; Leisure-Time Activities as 
       Company Paternalism; Munsingwear Mixed Minstrels-Whiteness
       at Work in "the Munsingwear Family"; Chapter 7 
       Progressivism and Social Work for Women in Minneapolis; 
       Gendered Progressivism in the United States; The Women's 
       Trade Union League; The Women's Welfare League; The Young 
       Women's Christian Association; Settlement Houses 
505 8  Chapter 8 One People, One Language, One Nation: "The 
       Munsingwear Family" in the Anglo-Americanization 
       ProcessAnglo-Americanization in Minnesota and Minneapolis;
       Becoming Anglo-Americans at the Munsingwear Corporation; 
       Liberty Loans and War Savings Stamps; Anglo-
       Americanization at Work; The Northwestern Knitting Company
       /The Munsingwear Inc. in the War; Chapter 9 The 
       Munsingwear Family of Minneapolis at War: Conclusions; 
       Class, Gender, and Ethnicity at Work in "the Munsingwear 
       Family"; The Making of "the Munsingwear Family"; Making 
       "the Munsingwear Family" into Loyal Americans; 
       Bibliography 
520    By World War I, the Northwestern Knitting Company was the 
       largest workplace for gainfully employed women in 
       Minnesota and the largest garment factory in the United 
       States. Lars Olsson investigates the interplay of class, 
       gender, marital status, ethnicity, and race in the labor 
       relations at the factory, illuminating the lives of the 
       women who worked there. Representing thirty nationalities,
       particularly Scandinavian, the women worked long hours for
       low pay in roles that were strictly divided along ethnic 
       and gendered lines, while the company directors and 
       stockholders made enormous profits off of their labor. 
       Management developed paternal strategies to bind the 
       workers to the company and preempt unionization, including
       bonus programs, minstrel shows, and a pioneering 
       industrial welfare program. With the US entry into the war,
       the company was contracted to produce underwear for 
       soldiers, and management expanded the metaphor of "the 
       Munsingwear Family" to construct not just company loyalty,
       but national loyalty. This book sheds new light on women's
       labor in WWI and the lives of textile workers in the 
       United States.--|cProvided by publisher. 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       July 6, 2018) 
610 20 Munsingwear Corporation (Minneapolis, Minn.)|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n85158169|xHistory.|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh99005024 
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       sh85134373|zMinnesota|zMinneapolis.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n79003965 
650  0 World War, 1939-1945|xWomen|zUnited States.|0http://
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       in WWI America.|dCham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
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