Labour

Volume 75, 2015

Table of contents (17 articles)

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Front Matter

  1. Front Matter

Contributors / Collaborateurs

  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs

Articles

  1. The Blurred Boundaries of Anarchism and Punk in Vancouver, 1970–1983
  2. “They Shall Not Die!” : Anarchists, Syndicalists, Communists, and the Sacco and Vanzetti Solidarity Campaign in Canada
  3. Delaying, Disarming, and Deceiving the Union : The Lougheed Government, Alberta Government Employees, and the Public Service Employee Relations Act, 1977

Research Notes / Notes de Recherche

  1. “Freedom” of Information in Canada : Implications for Historical Research
  2. Working in the Shadows for Transparency : Russ Hiebert, LabourWatch, Nanos Research, and the Making of Bill C-377
  3. Les comités syndicaux jeunes : acteurs du changement institutionnel ou voie de contournement?
  4. The Truck System in the Cape Breton Fishery : Philip Robin and Company in Chéticamp, 1843–1852

Presentation / Présentation

  1. Bomb Girls : An Introduction
  2. Race-based Discrimination in Bomb Girls
  3. Bomb Girls, Gender, and Working-Class History

Review Essays / Notes Critiques

  1. Revisiting the Digital Assembly Line : New Perspectives on Call Centre Work / Labour Markets and Identity on the Post-Industrial Assembly Line / Answer the Call: Virtual Migration in Indian Call Centres / Call Centers and the Global Division of Labor: A Political Economy of Post-Industrial Employment and Union Organizing
  2. A Tate Gallery for the New Left : Portraits, Landscapes, and Abstracts in the Revolutionary Activism of the 1950s and 1960s / Revolutionary Activism in the 1950s and 60s: A Memoir – Volume 1, Canada 1955–1965 / Revolutionary Activism in the 1950s and 60s: A Memoir – Volume 2, Britain 1965–1970

Reviews / Comptes Rendus

  1. Reviews / Comptes rendus

Abstracts / Résumés

  1. Abstracts / Résumés

Back Matter

  1. Eugene A. Forsey Prize / Prix Eugene A. Forsey

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