Labor History articles

Volume 53 (4)

No turning back: the peacetime revolutions of post-war Britain, by Paul Addison
vol. 53 (4): 581-582
Bolivia's radical tradition: permanent revolution in the Andes, by S. Sándor John
vol. 53 (4): 583-584
Solidarity stories: an oral history of the ILWU, by Harvey Schwartz
vol. 53 (4): 584-586
Livestock/deadstock: working with farm animals from birth to slaughter, by Rhoda M. Wilkie
vol. 53 (4): 586-588
The precariat: the new dangerous class, by Guy Standing
vol. 53 (4): 588-589
A business and labour history of Britain, case studies of Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, by Mike Richardson and Peter Nicholls
vol. 53 (4): 590-591
AFSCME's Philadelphia story: municipal workers and urban power in the twentieth century, by Francis Ryan
vol. 53 (4): 591-593
Russia's factory children: state, society, and law, 1800–1917, by Boris B. Gorshkov
vol. 53 (4): 593-594
Class war? What Americans really think about economic inequality, by Benjamin I. Page and Lawrence R. Jacobs
vol. 53 (4): 595-596
The Problem of Jobs: Liberalism, Race, and Deindustrialization in Philadelphia, by Guian A. McKee
vol. 53 (4): 596-598
Nice Work If You Can Get It: Life and Labor in Precarious Times, by Andrew Ross
vol. 53 (4): 598-600

Volume 53 (3)

Introduction
vol. 53 (3): 329-333
Workers as geographical actors
vol. 53 (3): 335-353
Labor geography and labor history: insights and outcomes from a decade of cross-disciplinary dialogue
vol. 53 (3): 355-372
Border crossings: interdisciplinarity in new working-class studies
vol. 53 (3): 373-387
Gender, labor, and place: reconstructing women's spaces in industrial communities of western Canada and the United States
vol. 53 (3): 389-407
Workers and the land in US history: Pointe Mouillée and the downriver Detroit working class in the twentieth century
vol. 53 (3): 409-434
A. Philip Randolph and the Struggle for Civil Rights, by Cornelius L. Bynum
vol. 53 (3): 435-436
From Slavery to Poverty: The Racial Origins of Welfare in New York, 1840–1918, by Gunja SenGupta
vol. 53 (3): 437-438
Hired Hands or Human Resources? Case Studies of HRM Programs and Practices in Early American Industry, by Bruce E. Kaufman
vol. 53 (3): 438-440
The Man Who Sold the World: Ronald Reagan and the Betrayal of Main Street, by William Kleinknecht,
vol. 53 (3): 440-442
Vineyards and Vaqueros: Indian Labor and the Economic Expansion of Southern California, 1771–1877, by George Harwood Phillips
vol. 53 (3): 442-444
Children Bound to Labor: The Pauper Apprentice System in Early America, edited by Ruth Wallis Herndon and John E. Murray
vol. 53 (3): 444-446
The Taming of the American Crowd: From Stamp Riots to Shopping Sprees, by Al Sandine
vol. 53 (3): 446-448
The New Economy and the Modern South, by Michael Dennis,
vol. 53 (3): 448-450

Volume 53 (2)

Chicago and the Little Steel strike
vol. 53 (2): 167-204
Political congruence: a conceptual framework and historical case study
vol. 53 (2): 205-223
Blue collars striking the Red Flag: formal and descriptive representation of the working class in the Belgian House of Representatives 1946–2007
vol. 53 (2): 225-243
Labour repression and social justice in Franco's Spain: the political objectives of compulsory sickness insurance, 1942–1957
vol. 53 (2): 245-267
Editorial note
vol. 53 (2): 269-0
Neoliberalism not globalization: why we need to build the Left
vol. 53 (2): 269-274
Neo-liberal globalisation, the manufacturing of insecurity and the power of labour
vol. 53 (2): 274-279
On the transparency and opacity of the economic landscape
vol. 53 (2): 279-284
Grounding thinking utopia
vol. 53 (2): 284-291
Global labour studies: the crises and an emerging research agenda
vol. 53 (2): 291-298
Reevaluating US company paternalism from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries
vol. 53 (2): 299-304
Freedom bound: law, labor, and civic identity in colonizing English America, 1580–1865, by Christopher Tomlins
vol. 53 (2): 305-306
Beyond the fields: Cesar Chavez, the UFW, and the struggle for justice in the 21st century, by Randy Shaw
vol. 53 (2): 307-308
Restoring the power of unions: it takes a movement, by Julius Getman
vol. 53 (2): 309-310
There's always work at the post office: African American postal workers and the fight for jobs, justice, and equality, by Philip F. Rubio
vol. 53 (2): 310-312