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section 8.4

Cottage Industry a system in which manufacturers provided the materials for goods to be made at home.
Master The highest level of artisan.
Journeyman ran errands, second highest level of artisan, worked under the master.
Apprentice Lowest level of artisan, aka a young worker learning a craft. Kind of like an intern.
Strike a work stoppage in order to force an employer to meet or respond to demands.
National Trades' Union the first national association of trade unions in the united states, formed in 1834.
Commonwealth Vs. Hunt. the supreme court case in which the idea of the workers being allowed the right to strike was opposed but later on the court decided otherwise and granted the workers their rights.
Created by: woomar16