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Editor's Introduction-Leon Fink
THE COMMON VERSE
Foreclosure Dogs-Andrew Rihn
Binational Unions: New Hope for Guest Workers- Jennifer Hill
Reconsidering CIO Political Culture: Briggs Local 212 and the Sources of Militancy in the Early UAW-Charles Williams
Labor's Cold War Missionaries: The IFPCW's Transnational Mission for the Third World's Petroleum and Chemical Workers, 1954–1975- Brandon Kirk Williams
Revolution within the Revolution: Cotton Textile Workers and the Mexican Labor Regime, 1910–1923-Rod Anderson
Bringing Down the Mountains: The Impact of Mountaintop Removal on Southern West Virginia Communities-Aviva Chomsky
Racial Integration in Corporate America, 1940–1990-Paul Moreno
Daring to Care: American Nursing and Second-Wave Feminism-Karen Flynn
Live Wire: Women and Brotherhood in the Electrical Industry-Jo Ann E. Argersinger
Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the U.S. South-Evan P. Bennett
Driven Out: The Forgotten War against Chinese Americans-Andrew T. Urban
Invisible Hands: The Making of the Conservative Movement from the New Deal to Reagan-Nancy MacLean
Workers of the World: Essays toward a Global Labor History -Thomas Jessen Adams
Grassroots at the Gateway: Class Politics and Black Freedom Struggle in St. Louis, 1936–1975-Kevin Mumford
Town Born: The Political Economy of New England from Its Founding to the Revolution-Eric Nellis
The ILO and the Quest for Social Justice, 1919–2009-Robert H. Zieger
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