Table of contents for Uncommon people : resistance, rebellion and jazz / Eric Hobsbawm.


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Preface vii
THE RADICAL TRADITION
1 Tom Paine 1
2 The Machine-Breakers 5 3 Political Shoemakers 18
4 Labour Traditions 44
5 The Making of the Working Class, 1870-1914  57
6 Victorian Values 75
7 Man and Woman: Images on the Left 94
8 Birth of a Holiday: the First of May  113
9 Socialism and the Avant-Garde, 1880-1914  128 
10 The Left's Megaphone 140
COUNTRY PEOPLE
11 Peasants and Politics 146 
12 Peasant Land Occupations 166 
13 The Bandit Giuliano 191
CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
14 Vietnam and the Dynamics of Guerrilla War 200 
15 May 1968 213 
16 The Rules of Violence 223 
17 Revolution and Sex 229 
18 Epitaph for a Villain: Roy Cohn 233
JAZZ
19 The Caruso of Jazz 236 
20 Count Basle 246 
21 The Duke 254 
22 Jazz Comes to Europe 265




UNCOMMON PEOPLE 
23 The People's Swing 274 
24 Jazz since 1960 281 
25 Billie Holiday 293 
26 The Old World and the New: 500 Years of Columbus 295 
Notes 304 
Index 347





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Social history, Working class History, Labor movement History, Radicalism History, Jazz History and criticism