Labour / Le Travail 26


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"Collective Action in Outport Newfoundland: A Case Study from the 1830s"
Linda Little
"Organizing on the Waterfront: The St. John's Longshoremen's Protective Union (LSPU), 1890-1914"
Jessie Chisholm
"All Solid Along the Line: The Reid Newfoundland Strike of 1918"
Peter McInnis
"Economic Crisis and the End of Democracy: Politics in Newfoundland During the Great Depression"
Jim Overton
"Battle Harbour in Transition: Merchants, Fishermen, and the State in the Struggle for Relief in a Labrador Community during the 1930s"
Sean Cadigan

Conference Report/Rapport de Congrés

Paid Work in the Home -- A Brief Report
Charlene Gannagé

Review Essays/Notes Critiques

Two Ages of Waterfront Labour
J.B. Foster
The Left in the Detroit Labour Movement
M. Glaberman