Labor History articles

Volume 53 (2)

Sweatshops at sea: merchant seamen in the world's first globalized industry, from 1812 to the present, by Leon Fink
vol. 53 (2): 314-316
Constructing affirmative action: the struggle for equal employment opportunity, by David Hamilton Golland
vol. 53 (2): 316-317
The deepest wounds: a labor and environmental history of sugar in northeast Brazil, by Thomas D. Rogers
vol. 53 (2): 318-319
The civil wars in US labor: birth of a new workers’ movement or death throes of the old?, by Steve Early
vol. 53 (2): 319-321
The civil wars in US labor: birth of a new workers’ movement or death throes of the old?, by Steve Early
vol. 53 (2): 321-323
Letter to the Editor
vol. 53 (2): 325-326
Response to Richard Schneirov
vol. 53 (2): 327-328

Volume 53 (1)

‘Us is spelled U.S.’: The Crafted With Pride campaign and the fight against deindustrialization in the textile and apparel industry
vol. 53 (1): 1-23
From Whitehall to Brussels: Thatcher, Delors and the Europeanization of the TUC
vol. 53 (1): 25-50
Equal pay – or what? Economics, politics and the 1968 Ford sewing machinists’ strike
vol. 53 (1): 51-68
The struggle over the services directive: the role of the European Parliament and the ETUC
vol. 53 (1): 69-89
Waving or drowning? British labor history in troubled waters
vol. 53 (1): 91-119
Labor History symposium: assessing Howell John Harris, The Right to Manage, after 30 years
vol. 53 (1): 121-142
The Labor Question in America: Economic Democracy in the Gilded Age, by Rosanne Currarino
vol. 53 (1): 143-145
Changes in Japanese Employment Practices: Beyond the Japanese Model, by Arjan Keizer
vol. 53 (1): 145-147
The Political Economy of Managed Migration: Nonstate Actors, Europeanization, and the Politics of Designing Migration Policies, by Georg Menz
vol. 53 (1): 147-148
New Trade Union Activism: Class Consciousness or Social Identity?, by Sian Moore
vol. 53 (1): 149-150
Activation Policies and the Protection of Individual Rights: A Critical Assessment of the Situation in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, by Paul Van Aerschot
vol. 53 (1): 150-152
The Invisible Handcuffs of Capitalism: How Market Tyranny Stifles the Economy by Stunting Workers, by Michael Perelman
vol. 53 (1): 152-154
Intern Nation: How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy, by Ross Perlin
vol. 53 (1): 154-156
Formal and Informal Work. The Hidden Work Regime in Europe, by Birgit Pfau-Effinger, Lluís Flaquer, and Per H. Jensen (eds.)
vol. 53 (1): 156-158
The International Political Economy of Work and Employability, by Phoebe Moore
vol. 53 (1): 158-160
Social Vulnerability in Europe. The New Configuration of Social Risks, by Costanzo Ranci, ed.
vol. 53 (1): 160-162
Militant Years: Car workers’ struggles in Britain in the 60s and 70s, by Alan Thornett
vol. 53 (1): 162-163
Globalization and Precarious Forms of Production and Employment: Challenges for Workers and Unions, by Carole Thornley, Steve Jefferys, and Beatrice Appay (eds.)
vol. 53 (1): 164-165

Volume 52 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 52 (4): 0-0
Explaining British voluntarism
vol. 52 (4): 373-398
The railroad strike of 1927: labor and law after the Mexican Revolution
vol. 52 (4): 399-416
‘Anti-Semitism among American Labor’: a study by the refugee scholars of the Frankfurt School of Sociology at the end of World War II
vol. 52 (4): 417-439
American multi-national corporations in the UK oil industry: sectoral differentiation in diffusion and adaptation
vol. 52 (4): 441-460
Trade unions, democratic waves, and structural adjustment: the case of francophone West Africa
vol. 52 (4): 461-481
Strike or anarchist plot? The McCormick riot of 1886 reconsidered
vol. 52 (4): 483-510
Giving scientific management a ‘human’ face: the engine factory Deutz and a ‘German’ path to efficiency, 1910–1945
vol. 52 (4): 511-533
Labor History Symposium: Rohini Hensman, Workers, Unions and Global Capitalism: Lessons from India
vol. 52 (4): 535-562
Walmart and the broken narrative of US labor history
vol. 52 (4): 563-569
Cultures of Servitude: Modernity, Domesticity, and Class in India, by Raka Ray and Seemin Qayum
vol. 52 (4): 571-572
Sisters in the Brotherhoods: Working Women Organizing for Equality in New York City, by Jane LaTour
vol. 52 (4): 573-574
Supervision and Authority in Industry: Western European Experiences, 1830–1939, edited by Patricia Van den Eeckhout
vol. 52 (4): 574-577
>Brezhnev's Folly: The Building of BAM and Late Soviet Socialism, by Christopher J. Wardt
vol. 52 (4): 577-579
Democracy's Prisoner: Eugene V. Debs, the Great War, and the Right to Dissent, by Ernest Freeberg
vol. 52 (4): 579-580