In this Issue
The official journal for the Labor and Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA). The labor question—who will do the work and under what economic and political terms?—beckons today with renewed global urgency. Labor hopes to provide a scaffolding for understanding the roots of our current dilemmas.While engaging social movements and institutions based on industrial work, Labor gives equal attention to critical labor systems and social contexts across the "American hemisphere".
published byDuke University Press
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