Labour / Le Travail 55


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"Stand by the Union, Mr. Arch": The Toronto Labour Establishment and the Emigration Mission of Britain's National Agriculture Labourer's Union

David Goutor
"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
Bryan Hogeveen
"In case you hand't noticed!": Race, Ethnicity, and Women's Wage-Earning in a Depression-Era City
Katrina Srigley
The Historical Origins of an Industrial Disaster: Occupational Health and Labour Relations at the Fluorspar Mines, St. Lawrence, Newfoundland 1933-1945
Richard Rennie



Machine-breaking in England and France during the Age of Revolutuion

Jeff Horn


Note and Document

Bus Griffiths' Now You're Logging: A Graphic Novel about British Columbia Coastal Logging in the 1930s

Gordon Hak


Review Essays/Notes critiques

Capital and Community Reconsidered: The Politics and Meaning of Deindustrialization

Steven High
Death by Consumption
Dennis Soron
Globalization Under Fire
Mark Thomas
Farm Labourers and Small-Scale Producers in Latin America