posts categorized asIssues of Labor

Labor 10.4 (Winter, 2013)

by on August 29, 2014

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • Phillip Bannowsky, “The Yard

LAWCHA Watch

  • Shelton Stromquist, “President’s Perspective: Looking Forward from New York

Articles

  • Christopher Phelps, ““The Closet in the Party: The Young Socialist Alliance, the Socialist Workers Party, and Homosexuality, 1962 – 1970

    During the 1960s, the Young Socialist Alliance (YSA) and Socialist Workers Party (SWP) were highly active in the movement against the Vietnam War and other social movements in the United States.

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Labor 10.2 (Summer, 2013)

by on July 30, 2013

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • Kathleen Walker-Anderson, “The House That Dow Built

LAWCHA Watch

  • Shelton Stromquist and Immanuel Ness, “Rights, Solidarity, and Justice: LAWCHA’s National Conference

Articles

  • David Witwer, “The Heyday of the Labor Beat

    In this article Witwer describes the emergence in the 1930s of a group of reporters employed by the mainstream media whose careers centered on covering labor.

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Labor 10.1 (Spring, 2013)

by on March 27, 2013

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • William Boggs, “It’s Them Robots

LAWCHA Watch

  • Shelton Stromquist, “Going Global

Arts and Media

  • Joshua Brown, “Introduction to TV’s The Wire

    Joshua Brown introduces a critical retrospective on creator David Simon’s five-season (2002–8) HBO series, The Wire, with its riveting portrayal of blue-collar life in postindustrial Baltimore.

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Labor 9.4 (Winter, 2012)

by on January 20, 2013

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • Jeanne Bryner, “Silence Gives Consent

LAWCHA Watch

  • Cecilia Bucki, “LAWCHA/OAH Meeting in Milwaukee: Looking Ahead

Contemporary Affairs

  • Nancy MacLean, “Community Partnerships: Hope for an Embattled Labor Movement? A Conversation with Andrea van den Heever

    Contributing editor Nancy MacLean sits down with the remarkable union organizer Andrea van den Heever.

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Labor 9.3 (Fall, 2012)

by on November 12, 2012

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • Adam Matcho, “Why I Deserve a Raise

LAWCHA Watch

  • Shelton Stromquist, “‘Occupying’ Public Space and the Fight for Historical Memory

Contemporary Affairs

  • Jennifer Luff, “Introduction
  • Paul Adler, James Ploeser, Vasudha Desikan, Heather Booth, and Dorian Warren, “Learning from Occupy: A DC Roundtable

    This issue’s Contemporary Affairs section is a roundtable discussion of the Occupy Wall Street movement, held in Washington, DC, in December 2011.

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Labor 9.2 (Summer, 2012)

by on August 24, 2012

In This Issue

The Common Verse

Joan Mazza, “Self-Portrait as a Microbiologist

Contemporary Affairs

Robert D. Johnston, “The Madison Moment: Labor Historians as Public Intellectuals during the Wisconsin Labor Crisis

Interview

Christopher Phelps, “Port Huron at Fifty: The New Left and Labor: An Interview with Kim Moody

Up for Debate

Dennis Deslippe, “On the Importance of Affirmative Action: Labor Liberals and the Recasting of “Contract Unionism”
Paul Moreno, “Union Job Protection Equals Discrimination
Ava Baron, “Affirmative Action and the Unhappy Marriage of Union Rights and Equality Rights
Joseph A.

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