The Emergence & Significance of Industrial Unions


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Which organization did the CIO split off from in the 1930s?

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1. Why did some argue for craft unionism in the 1930s?

2. Which of the following is a tactic that was used by twentieth century industrial unions to achieve the goals of its membership?

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If you complete this helpful worksheet and quiz, you will be able to evaluate what you have learned about industrial unions, such as industrial union leaders and the purpose of these unions. You will also be able to review examples of industrial unions by using these materials.

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  • An argument for craft unionism in the 1930's
  • The organization that the CIO split off from
  • Examples of industrial unions established before 1900
  • A tactic used by industrial unions to accomplish goals

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In order to learn more about industrial unions, you can use the lesson called The Emergence & Significance of Industrial Unions. With this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Examine characteristics of craft unions
  • Learn how the Committee for Industrial organization formed
  • Identify important leaders during the industrial union movement