Labor History 64 (2023), 1

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Labor History 64 (2023), 1

Carfax 2023: Taylor & Francis
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Labor History
United Kingdom
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Research Article

“For peace and defence of the Soviet Union”: the leadership of British Communism in the Popular Front era, 1935–1939
John McIlroy & Alan Campbell
Pages: 1–47

From “virtuous” to “subhuman”: representations of Italian peasants between the 1860s and the 1880s
Giulio Taccetti
Pages: 48–62

Wage inequality and economic growth. A reassessment of the effects of Francoist developmentalism on income distribution in Spain
Pablo Gutiérrez González
Pages: 63–79

“The most troubled time in our history”: the presidency of Douglas Fraser and the decline of the UAW.
Timothy J. Minchin
Pages: 80–105

Development phases of U.S. employment anti-discrimination law and reflections on its dilemmas from the perspective of China
Haonan Yang
Pages: 106–122

Post-colonial structure of the Indian garment industry and its role in maintaining the precarity of women workers
Saumya Devraj
Pages: 123–139

Book Review

Harry Bridges: Labor Radical, Labor Legend by Robert W. Cherny, Urbana IL, University of Illinois Press, 2023, 504 pp., $55 (hardback), 978-0-252-04474-8; $19.95 (ebook), 978-0-252-05379-5
David Chambers
Pages: 140–141

Book review of Crandell and Jennings on disability rights, politics, and workers
Nate Holdren
Pages: 142–145

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