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Good Work for Ontario:Splendid Record of the Whitney Government, Success in Every Branch of the Public Service, Ontario Elections, 1911, Seven Years of the Square Deal (Classic Reprint) James Pliny Whitney
The first-ever biography of the man who created America´s most famous whiskey Born in Lynchburg, Tennessee, in 1850, Jack Daniel became a legendary moonshiner at age 15 before launching a legitimate distillery ten years later. By the time he died in 1911, he was an American legend-and his Old No. 7 Tennessee sipping whiskey was an international sensation, the winner of gold medals at the St. Louis World´s Fair and the Liege International Exposition in Belgium. Blood and Whiskey captures Daniel´s indomitable rise in the rough-edged world of the nineteenth-century whiskey trade-and shows how his commitment to quality (his whiskey was always charcoal-filtered) and his flair for marketing and packaging (he launched his distinctive square bottle in 189-5) helped create one of America´s most venerable and recognizable brands. Peter Krass (Hanover, NH) is the author of Carnegie (0-471-46883-5), cited by Barron´s as the ´´definitive´´ biography and selected by Library Journal as one of the best biography/business books of 2002.
America searched for an answer to ´´The Labor Question´´ during the Progressive Era in an effort to avoid the unrest and violence that flared so often in the late 19th and early 20th century. In the ladies´ garment industry, a unique experiment in industrial democracy brought together labor, management, and the public. As Richard Greenwald explains, it was an attempt to ´´square free market capitalism with ideals of democracy to provide a fair and just workplace.´´ Led by Louis Brandeis, this group negotiated the ´´Protocols of Peace.´´ But in the midst of this experiment, 146 mostly young, immigrant women died in the Triangle Factory Fire of 1911. As a result of the fire, a second, interrelated experiment, New York´s Factory Investigating Commission (FIC) - led by Robert Wagner and Al Smith - created one of the largest reform successes of the period. The Triangle Fire, the Protocols of Peace, and Industrial Democracy in Progressive Era New York uses these linked episodes to show the increasing interdependence of labor, industry, and the state. Greenwald explains how the Protocols and the FIC best illustrate the transformation of industrial democracy and the struggle for political and economic justice. The book is published by Temple University Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Kruse. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/035874/bk_acx0_035874_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.