Labour Studies Index

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(JOUR) "Telford Time" and the Populist Origins of the CCF in British Columbia, 2013
(JOUR) "That Indefinite Area of Toleration": Criminal Conspiracy and Trade Unions in Ontario, 1837-77, 1991
(JOUR) "The American Blindspot": Reconstruction According to Eric Foner and W.E.B. Du Bois, 1993
(JOUR) "The Dresden Story": Racism, Human Rights, and the Jewish Labour Committee of Canada, 2001
(JOUR) "The Evils with Which We are Called to Grapple": Élite Reformers, Eugenicists, Environmental Psychologists, and the Construction of Toronto's Working-Class Boy Problem, 1860-1930, 2005
(JOUR) "The Force of All Our Numbers": New Leftists, Labour, and the 1973 Artistic Woodwork Strike, 2010
(JOUR) "The History of Us": Social Science, History, and the Relations of Family in Canada, 2000
(JOUR) "The Honest Working Man" and Workers' Control: The Experience of Toronto Skilled Workers, 1860-1892, 1976
(JOUR) "The Large and Generous View:" The Debate on Labour Affiliation in the Canadian Civil Service, 1918-1928, 1977
(JOUR) "The Misery of Our Poor": Recent Studies in Development Literature, 1983
(JOUR) "The Physician's Hand": Work Culture and Conflict in American Nursing, 1984
(JOUR) "The common people have spoken with a mighty voice": Regina's Labour City Councils, 1936-1939, 2013
(JOUR) "The police beat them up just to keep warm": A Finnish-Canadian Communist Comments on Environmental Depredation and Capitalist Exploitation in Early 20th-Century British Columbia, 1999
(JOUR) "They Shall Not Die!": Anarchists, Syndicalists, Communists, and the Sacco and Vanzetti Solidarity Campaign in Canada, 2015
(JOUR) "To Those Who Lost Their Lives": Reading a Labour Landmark in Sydney, Nova Scotia, 2013
(JOUR) "Union is Strength:" W.L. Mackenzie, The Children of Peace, and the Emergence of Joint Stock Democracy in Upper Canada, 2010
(JOUR) "Unions Aren't Native": The Muckamuck Restaurant Labour Dispute, Vancouver, B.C. (1978-1983), 1997
(JOUR) "We Are All Fast-Food Workers Now": The Global Uprising against Poverty Wages, 2018
(JOUR) "We Are All Leaders": The Alternative Unionism of the Early 1930s, 1998
(JOUR) "We Ask for British Justice": Workers and Racial Difference in Late Imperial Britain, 1997
(JOUR) "We No Longer Respect the Law": The Tilco Strike, Labour Injunctions, and the State, 2004
(JOUR) "We Were the Salt of the Earth!" A Narrative of The On-To-Ottawa Trek and the Regina Riot, 1987
(JOUR) "We didn't want to totally break the law": Industrial Legality, the Pepsi Strike, and Workers' Collective Rights in Canada, 2014
(JOUR) "We may all soon be 'first-class men'": Gender and skill in Canada's early twentieth century urban telegraph industry, 1991
(JOUR) "Weaving It Together": Life Cycle and the Industrial Experience of Female Cotton Workers in Quebec, 1910-1950, 1981