Labor History articles

Volume 56 (4)

Divergent fates: company unions and employee involvement committees under the railway labor and national labor relations acts
vol. 56 (4): 423-458
“Buying brains and experts”: British coal owners, regulatory capture and miners’ health, 1918 – 1946
vol. 56 (4): 459-480
Desirable skills? Non-Nordic citizens applying for work permits in Sweden, 1947–1950
vol. 56 (4): 481-498
Trade union recognition by MNCs: evidence of an underlying rationale in UK petrochemicals
vol. 56 (4): 499-520
Scabbing the Palouse: agricultural labor replacement and union busting in southeast Washington, 1917–1919
vol. 56 (4): 521-540

Volume 56 (3)

Introduction: politicizing the transnational
vol. 56 (3): 237-245
New challenges, new alliances: union politicization in a post-NAFTA era
vol. 56 (3): 246-269
Transnational labor action in Latin America: from the struggle against the Free Trade Area of the Americas to the return of labor relations
vol. 56 (3): 270-291
Labor control regimes and worker resistance in global supply chains
vol. 56 (3): 292-307
Can labor arrest the “sky pirates”? Transnational trade unionism in the European civil aviation industry
vol. 56 (3): 308-326
European unions and the repoliticization of transnational capital: labor's stance regarding the Financial Transaction Tax (FTT), the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)
vol. 56 (3): 327-344
A supranational regime that nationalizes social conflict: Explaining European trade unions' difficulties in politicizing European economic governance
vol. 56 (3): 345-368
Labor movements – global perspectives
vol. 56 (3): 369-370
Holding the shop together: German industrial relations in the postwar era
vol. 56 (3): 370-374
Working class formation in Taiwan: fractured solidarity in state-owned enterprises, 1945–2012
vol. 56 (3): 374-376
Chinese migrants and Africa's development: new imperialists or agents of change?
vol. 56 (3): 376-378
Working in the Big Easy: the history and politics of labor in New Orleans
vol. 56 (3): 378-380
Workers and labour in a globalised capitalism: contemporary theories and theoretical issues
vol. 56 (3): 380-382
Wild socialism – workers councils in revolutionary Berlin, 1918–1921
vol. 56 (3): 382-383

Volume 56 (2)

Ford first? Corporate security and the US Department of War's Plant Protection Service's interior organization unit 1917–1918
vol. 56 (2): 117-135
Spain: the indignados rebellion of 2011 in perspective
vol. 56 (2): 136-160
British employment tribunals: from the side-lines to centre stage
vol. 56 (2): 161-179
Day labourers, radical unionism and collective action in Andalusia
vol. 56 (2): 180-197
Fear itself: the new deal and the origins of our time
vol. 56 (2): 198-204
Fear itself: the new deal and the origins of our time
vol. 56 (2): 205-205
Race, region, and the new deal: reflections on Ira Katznelson's Fear Itself
vol. 56 (2): 206-212
The role of Southern political power in Ira Katznelson's Fear Itself: what can we learn from additional sources?
vol. 56 (2): 213-220
The New Deal and the origins of someone else's time
vol. 56 (2): 221-227
Response to Ira Katznelson, Fear Itself
vol. 56 (2): 228-231
On reading Fear Itself
vol. 56 (2): 232-236

Volume 56 (1)

An odd couple: individual wage setting and the largest Swedish trade union
vol. 56 (1): 1-21
An odd couple: individual wage setting and the largest Swedish trade union
vol. 56 (1): 1-21
The Seattle Teamsters and the procedural state, 1935–1942
vol. 56 (1): 22-39
The Seattle Teamsters and the procedural state, 1935–1942
vol. 56 (1): 22-39
Dark chocolate: lessons from the 1937 Hershey sit-down strike
vol. 56 (1): 40-57
Dark chocolate: lessons from the 1937 Hershey sit-down strike
vol. 56 (1): 40-57
Occupational mobility of black migrants in the West during the 1950s
vol. 56 (1): 58-68
Occupational mobility of black migrants in the West during the 1950s
vol. 56 (1): 58-68
Empty mills: the fight against imports and the decline of the U.S. textile industry
vol. 56 (1): 69-69
Empty mills: the fight against imports and the decline of the U.S. textile industry
vol. 56 (1): 69-69