Table of contents for The human tradition in American labor history / edited by Eric Arnesen.

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Introduction		Eric Arnesen
Chapter 1 	Rebecca Tannenbaum, Mary Hale and Ann Edmonds: Gender, Women's Work, and Health in Colonial Massachusetts
Chapter 2 	James Sidbury, Gabriel's Conspiracy and the Lives of Enslaved Artisans in Richmond, Virginia
Chapter 3	Terry Murphy, Sarah Bagley: Laboring for Life
Chapter 4  	Paul Krause, Beeswax Taylor and the Forgotten Legacy of Labor Insurgency in Gilded Age America 
Chapter 5	Karin Shapiro, William R. Riley and the Limits of Interracial Unionism in the Late Nineteenth Century South
Chapter 6 	Colin Davis, Eugene Debs: From Conservative Unionist to American Socialist
Chapter 7 	Annelise Orleck, Pauline Newman: Immigration, Jewish Radicalism, and Gender 
Chapter 8	Chris Friday, Karl Yoneda: Radical Organizing and Asian American Labor 
Chapter 9	Bryant Simon, 'With God on Our Side':  James Evans, Religion and Working-Class Protest in the New South
Chapter 10 	Eric Arnesen, A. Philip Randolph: Labor and the New Black Politics
Chapter 11 	Risa Goluboff, The Unusual Journey of Vernon Lawhorn, Thomas James Buchner, and the Green Brothers: Reverse Migration in World War II
Chapter 12 	Margaret Rose, "My Own Life's Worth": Dolores Huerta and the United Farm Workers Union
Chapter 13 	Kevin Boyle, Walter Reuther and the Promise of Modern America

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Labor leaders United States Biography, Social reformers United States Biography, Labor United States History