: Haymarket Martyrs–Origin of International Workers Day Part 1

  • www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OQxncb2ihQ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.                  YouTube: Haymarket Martyrs–Origin of International Workers Day Part 1www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w-z8ud_9QU&feature=related (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.YouTube: Haymarket Martyrs–Origin of International Workers Day Part 2www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKkEl9XzjFc&feature=endscreen&NR=1 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.YouTube: Haymarket Martyrs–Origin of International Workers Day Part 3

Weekly assignments must be written in the following format (Weekly Written Assignment Format_715.docx) and students must address the following with NO REPEATS below:

  • Identify one positive specific fact from the video Part 1 above.
  • Identify one negative specific fact from the video Part 2 above.
  • Link a theory/concept from Chapter 2 to a specific fact from the video Part 3 above (Cite chapter and page numbers).
  • Identify the theory/concept and define/explain it. Briefly describe its linkage to the specific fact within the video.

NOTES: 300 words max TOTAL (as in ALL words submitted) on “weekly written assignments” from here on!  You must submit your assignment in the format cited in the example above. (Going forward, you need to adapt this “format” to the requirements for that specific weekly written assignment!) Submit as an attached MS Word file.

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Issues to consider:

Chapter 2:

Keeping an open mind is key in order to gain a better understanding of the employment relationship. Organizations behave and develop based on their historical context. Let us not forget that “people” make up these organizations. Therefore, it is important as leaders in a democratic society, we allow for and consider differences of opinion. After all, it is said that the definition of education is learning from our mistakes. History reveals that this nation was built on a series of good and bad choices.

“With the problem of Indian hostility, and the danger of slave revolts, the colonial elite had to consider the class anger of poor whites—servants, tenants, the city poor, the propertyless, the taxpayer, the soldier and sailor. As the colonies passed their 100th year and went into the middle 1700s, as the gap between rich and poor widened, as violence and the threat of violence increased, the problem of control became more serious.”                                                                                        -Howard Zinn

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