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United States Communist History Bibliography 2018
“... essays... examine five major areas: World War I’s impact on labor and socialist movements; the history of coerced labor; patterns of ethnic and class identification; forms of working-classExpand
Communist History: An Annual Bibliography (2006)
The subject of this bibliography is the scholarly literature of communist history. For the USA coverage is extensive. For the rest of the Anglophone world coverage is selective, while coverage forExpand
Michael Nash at the Tamiment Library
Michael Nash became Director of the Tamiment Library at NYU in the summer of 2002 some fifteen months after the untimely death of his predecessor, Debra Bernhardt. The reputation of this venerableExpand
Annual Bibliography on American Labor History 1988
United States Communist History Bibliography 2016, and a Selective Bibliography of Non-U.S. Communism and Communism-Related Theory
The principal subject of this annual bibliography is the English language scholarly literature of American Communism (supplemented by the occasional article from serious journals of opinion,Expand
Labor History Bibliography 2006
This Bibliography enumerates the 2006 scholarly English language literature relating to Anglophone labor and working-class history in multidisciplinary perspective. Each section is subdivided intoExpand
American Communist History Bibliography 2001
The American Communist History Bibliography continues, with expanded coverage, the work of John Earl Haynes’ “Writings on the History of American Communism,” which appears in the Newsletter of theExpand
Underground Communists in the McCarthy Period: A Family Memoir [Book Review]
Review(s) of: Underground Communists in the McCarthy Period: A Family Memoir, by Daniel Rosenberg, Edwin Mellen Press, New York, 2008. pp. vii + 232. US $87.96 cloth.