Death Rode the Rails E–book/E–pub
free read Æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ó Mark AldrichCan carriers to build and "Operate Cheap And Dangerous Lines Only Over Time Did The " cheap and dangerous lines Only over time did the off between safety and output shaped by labor markets and public policy motivate carriers to develop technological improvements that enhanced both
Productivity SafetyA Fascinating Account Of Oneand safetyA account of one America's most important industries and its dangers Death Rode the Rails will appeal to scholars of economics and the history of transportation technology labor regulation safety and business as well as to railroad enthusiasts. That devastated the lives of workers and their Mistletoe Man families and the deaths of thousands of women and children killed while walking on or crossing the street grade tracksThe evolution of railroad safety Aldrich argues involved the interplay of marketorces science and technology and legal and public He considers the railroad as a system in its entirety operational realities technical constraints
Economic Historyhistory internal politics labor Aldrich shows that economics initially encouraged Ameri. For most of the 19th and much of the 20th centuries railroads dominated American transportation They
TRANSFORMED LIFE AND CAPTURED THE IMAGINATION YET BY 1907 and captured the imagination Yet by 1907 had also become the largest cause of death in the country that year claiming the lives of nearly twelve thousand passengers workers and"others In Death Rode the Rails Mark Aldrich explores the evolution of railroad "In Death Rode the Rails Mark Aldrich explores the evolution of railroad in the United States by examining a variety of incidents spectacular train wrecks smaller accidents in shops and yards.