Table of contents for Subterranean fire : a history of working-class radicalism in the United States / Sharon Smith.

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Contents
Acknowledgements	xx
Introduction	xx	
	Part I: Class Struggle in the "Land of Opportunity," 1865-1930	
1.	Are American Workers Different?	xx	
2.	The Peculiarities of American Capitalism	xx
	Part II: The Battle for Industrial Unions-The View from Below	
3.	The Rise of the Labor Left, 1900-1930	xx
4.	Depression Decade: The Turning Point	xx
	Part III: The Employers Strike Back	
5.	From World War to Cold War	xx
6.	Social Contract?	xx
7.	One-Sided Class War	xx
8.	The Neoliberal President Dismantles the New Deal	xx
9.	The Rule of the Neocons	xx
Notes	xx
Index	xx

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Working class -- United States -- Political activity -- History.
Labor movement -- United States -- History.