posts categorized asIssues of Labor

Labor 13.2 (May, 2016)

by on June 27, 2016

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • Sarah Cortez, “Uniform Change-Out

LAWCHA Watch

  • Nancy MacLean, “President’s Perspective: Looking Ahead from Washington, DC

Articles

  • Fernando Teixeira da Silva and Larissa Rosa Corrêa,”The Politics of Justice: Rethinking Brazil’s Corporatist Labor Movement

    This article analyzes the role of collective bargaining in the Brazilian labor courts in two very different political settings: the democratic era preceding the 1964 coup and the initial period of the military dictatorship, from 1964 to 1968.

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Labor 13.1 (February, 2016)

by on June 27, 2016

In This Issue

The Common Verse

  • Brooke Boulton, “Claiming Dependents

LAWCHA Watch

  • John W. McKerley and Jennifer Sherer, “The Iowa Labor History Oral Project

Articles

  • Gregory Wood,”“The Justice of a Rule That Forbids the Men Smoking on Their Jobs”: Workers, Managers, and Cigarettes in World War II America

    This article examines struggles over smoking privileges on industrial shop floors during World War II.

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Labor 12.4 (December, 2015)

by on January 27, 2016

In This Issue

Editors’ Introduction

The Common Verse

  • Patrick Lawrence O’Keefe, “Last-Day Vendor

LAWCHA Watch

  • Talitha L. LeFlouria, “Membership Matters: LAWCHA’s New System of Recruitment, Retention, and State Coordinating

Up for Debate

  • Eric Arnesen,”Introduction

    In 1935, the civil rights leader and African American intellectual W.

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