Labour / Le Travail 24


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Editor's Note/Note de Directeur


"'In Search of the Unbound Prometheia': A Comparative View of Women's Activism in Two Québec Industries, 1869-1908"
Jacques Ferland
"Itinéraires professionnels masculins et féminins en milieu bancaire: Le cas de la Banque d'Hochelaga, 1900-1929"
Michèle Dagenais
"Separate Spheres: The Organization of Work in a Confectionery Factory: Ganong Bros., St. Stephen, New Brunswick"
Margaret E. McCallum
"Le recul du travail des enfants au Québec entre 1940 et 1960: une explication des conflits entre les familles pauvres et l'État providence"
Dominique Jean
"Feminism, Class Consciousness and Household-Work Linkages Among Registered Nurses in Victoria"
William K. Carroll and Rennie Warburton

Research Reports/Notes de Recherche

Times Were Hard: The Pattern of Women's Paid Labour in St. John's Between the Two World Wars
Nancy M. Forestell
Farm Women: Some Contemporary Themes
Barbara J. Cooper
Using the Privacy Act as a Research Tool
Larry Hannant

Work Poetry/Poésie de Travail


Review Essays/Notes Critiques

The Character and Circumstance of Canada's Industrialization
Chad Gaffield
Communists, Gangsters, and Canadian Sailors
Craig Heron
The Hungarian Revolution of 1956
Martin Glaberman
The American Way of Seeing Class
Bryan D. Palmer
The Retrieval of Labour History in the United States: A Review of two recent films on the class war in the West Virginia coal fields
Errol Black and Joe Dolecki