Table of contents for Strikebreaking & intimidation : mercenaries and masculinity in twentieth-century America / Stephen H. Norwood.

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Introduction: The Emergence of the Anti-Labor Mercenary 
1 The Student as Strikebreaker: College Youth and the Crisis of Masculinity in the Early Twentieth Century
2 Gunfighters on the Urban Frontier: Strikebreakers in the Car Wars
3 Forging a New Masculinity: African American Strikebreaking in the North in the Early Twentieth Century
4 Cossacks of the Coal Fields: Corporate Mercenaries in the Mine Wars
5 Ford's Brass Knuckles: Harry Bennett, the Cult of Muscularity, and Anti-Labor Terror, 1920-1945
6 They Shall Not Pass: Paramilitary Combat against Strikebreaking in the Auto Industry, 1933-1939
Epilogue: Anti-Unionism in America, 1945-2000

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Strikebreakers United States History 20th century, Strikes and lockouts United States History 20th century, Strikebreakers Recruiting United States History 20th century, Machismo United States History 20th century