Labour / Le Travail 36


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"The Construction Worker's Strike on the The Canadian Pacific Railway, 1879"
David J. Hall
"Loafers Are Not Going to Subsist Upon Public Credulence: Vagrancy and the Law in Calgary, 1900-1914"
David Bright
"`Winning Women for Socialism':The CCF and Women, 1947-1961" ;
Dan Azoulay
"`Even the Little Children Cooperated': Family Strategies, Childcare Discourse, and Social Welfare Debates, 1945-1975"
Alvin Finkel
"Women Workers, Employment Policy, and the State: The Establishment of the Ontario Women's Bureau, 1963-70"
Joan Sangster
"The Impact of the Postwar Compromise on Canadian Unionism: The Formation of an Auto Worker Local in the 1950s"
Don Wells

Research Report/Note de recherche

Strikes, Worker Protest and Union Growth in Canada and Australia, 1815-1900: A Comparative Analysis of Available Data
Michael Quinlan and Margaret Gardner


Slaves and Proletarians: The Debate Continues
Martin Glaberman
Reply to Martin Glaberman
Noel Ignatiev
Manly Militants, Cohesive Communities, and Defiant Domestics: Writing About Immigrants in Canadian Historical Scholarship
Franca Iacovetta


The Mill
Alfred Edwards, with an Introduction by John Manley

Review Essays/Notes Critiques

The Centre Does Not Hold: A Review Essay of Canadian History: A Reader's Guide
A.W. Rasporich
The Demise of Exceptionalism?: Comparative Labour History in Light of Anglo-American Comparison
John H.M. Laslett
Bringing Which State Back In?
James Naylor
Deconstructive Marxism
Mariana Valverde