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Volume 20, Issue 1, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

From the Editorial Team

pp. 4-5

Under the Radar

pp. 6-9

On the Contrary

We Can't Go Home Again: Why the New Deal Won't be Renewed

pp. 10-14

Out of the Smoke and the Flame: The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and Its Legacy

Why No Fire This Time?: From the Mass Strike to No Strike

pp. 16-25

From the Triangle Fire to the BP Explosion: A Short History of the Century-Long Movement for Safety and Health

pp. 26-32

Feminism and the Labor Movement: A Century of Collaboration and Conflict

pp. 33-41

The Rag Trade as the Canary in the Coal Mine: The Global Sweatshop, 1980-2010

pp. 42-49

A Twenty-First Century Organizing Model: Lessons from the New York Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Campaign

pp. 50-55

Immigration Reform: Two Proposals

Citizens of the Global Economy: A Proposal to Universalize the Rights of Transnational Labor

pp. 56-64

Neither Walls Nor Open Borders: A New Approach to Immigration Reform

pp. 65-71

Land of the Open Shop: The Long Struggle to Organize Silicon Valley

pp. 72-80

Working-Class Voices of Contemporary America

Survival in the Shadows

pp. 81-85

Economic Prospects: Can We Please Stop Blaming Immigrants?

pp. 86-89

In the Rearview Mirror: Trading Places: Protecting American Industry Is So Yesterday

pp. 90-93

Caught in the Web: Quitters as Cultural Heroes

pp. 94-97

Books and the Art

Homeless in Academe

pp. 98-101

Demythologizing Mexican Immigration

pp. 102-105

The Celluloid Economy

pp. 106-108

To Work Is to Pray: Faith and Working-Class Resilience

pp. 109-113

Out of the Mainstream: Books and Films You May Have Missed

pp. 114-117


p. 118

From The Triangle Fire

p. 119

Letters to the Editors

p. 120

About Our Contributors

pp. 122-123

Research Areas


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