Labour/Le Travail 71


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Contents of Labour/Le Travail 71:

Table of Contents

Contributors / Collaborateurs


Jeff Noonan
The Historical and Contemporary Life-Value of the Canadian Labour Movement
Christabelle Sethna, Beth Palmer, Katrina Ackerman, and Nancy Janovicek
Choice, Interrupted: Travel and Inequality of Access to Abortion Services Since the 1960s
J. William Brennan
“The common people have spoken with a mighty voice”: Regina’s Labour City Councils, 1936–1939

Controversy / Polémique

Robert A. J. McDonald
“Telford Time” and the Populist Origins of the CCF in British Columbia
James Naylor
The British Columbia CCF’s Working-Class Moment: Socialism Not Populism

From Other Shores / Des nouvelles venues d’ailleurs

Joseph Kelly
Showing Agency on the Margins: African American Railway Workers in the South and Their Unions, 1917–1930

Presentations / Présentations

Roundtable on E.P. Thompson’s The Making of the English Working Class at Fifty
Bryan D. Palmer
Michael Merrill
E.P. Thompson’s Capital: Political Economy in The Making
Margaret C. Jacob
Among the Autodidacts: The Making of E.P. Thompson
Peter Way
“The something that has called itself ‘Marxism’”
Tina Loo
The Face of Power
David Levine
A Definitive ‘And fookin’ Amen to that!
Rebecca Hill
Frame-breaking Then and Now
Sean Cadigan
The Privilege of History

Review Essays / Notes Critiques

Jessica Millward
On Agency, Freedom, and the Boundaries of Slavery Studies
Aidé Acosta
From Braceros to Pineros: Labour, Migration, and Changing Geographic and Social Landscapes in the United States
Bettina Liverant
Negotiating Narratives: Recent Approaches in Consumer Studies