Labour

Volume 49, 2002

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Contributors / Collaborateurs

  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs

Articles

  1. "Audacity, audacity, still more audacity": Tim Buck, the Party, and the People, 1932-1939
  2. The Cold War and Working-Class Politics in the Coal Mining Communities of the Crowsnest Pass, 1945-1958

Research Notes / Notes de Recherche

  1. Anniversaires et manifestations des camarades: la culture internationale et l'identitaire communistes au Canada pendant l'entre-deux-guerres
  2. "Keep Communism Out of Our Schools": Cold War Anti-Communism at the Toronto Board of Education, 1948-1951
  3. Secular Yiddishkait: Left Politics, Culture, and Community

Controversies / Controverses

  1. "Nina Ponomareva's Hats": The New Revisionism, the Communist International, and the Communist Party of Great Britain, 1920-1930
  2. Reading the Rosenbergs After Venona

Notes and Documents

  1. Ben Lappin's Reflections on May Day Celebrations in Toronto's Jewish Quarter
  2. Reassessing The Historical UAW: Walter Reuther's Affiliation with the Communist Party and Something of Its Meaning — A Document of Party Involvement, 1939

Review Essays / Notes Critiques

  1. Welfare for Whom? Class, Gender, and Race in Social Policy

Reviews / Comptes Rendus

  1. Reviews / Comptes Rendus

Index

  1. An Index to Labour/Le Travail, Volumes 47 and 48, 2001

Abstracts / Résumés

  1. Abstracts / Résumés

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