[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Shelton Stromquist, "Perspectives on Labor History: The Wisconsin School and Beyond," International Labor and Working-Class History (hereafter ILWCH), XXXIX (1991), 83.
Stromquist
83
XXXIX
International Labor and Working-Class History
1991
Sean Wilentz, "Against Exceptionalism: Class Consciousness and the American Labor Movement," with responses by Nick Salvatore and Michael Hanagan, ILWCH, XXVI (1984), 1-36
Wilentz
1
XXVI
International Labor and Working-Class History
1984
Michael Kazin, "Struggling with Class Struggle: Marxism and the Search for a Synthesis of U.S. Labor History," Labor History XXXV (Fall 1987), 497-514
Kazin
Fall
497
XXXV
Labor History
1987
William Scranton, "The Workplace, Technology, and Theory in American Labor History," with responses by Patricia A. Cooper and Andrew Gordon, ILWCH, XXXV (1989), 3-34
Scranton
3
XXXV
International Labor and Working-Class History
1989
Eric A. Arnesen, "Crusades against Crisis: A View from the United States on the 'Rank-and-File' Critique...," International Review of Social History XXXV (1990), 106-127
Arnesen
106
XXXV
International Review of Social History
1990
Howard Kimeldorf, "Bringing the Unions Back in (Or Why We Need a New Old Labor History," with responses by Michael Kazin, Alice Kessler- Harris, David Montgomery, Bruce Nelson, and Daniel Nelson, Labor History XXXII (1991), 91-129
Kimeldorf
91
XXXII
Labor History
1991
Joan W. Scott, "On Language, Gender, and Working-Class History," with responses by Bryan D. Palmer, Christine Stansell, and Ansell Rabinbach, ILWCH, XXXI (1987), 1-36
Scott
1
XXXI
International Labor and Working-Class History
1987
Ava Baron, "Gender and Labor History: Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future," in Ava Baron, ed., Work Engendered: Toward a New History of American Labor (Ithaca, N.Y., 1991), 1-46
Baron
Gender and Labor History: Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future
1
Work Engendered: Toward a New History of American Labor
1991
Mary Jo Buhle, "Gender and Labor History," and Alice Kessler-Harris, "A New Agenda for American Labor History: A Gendered Analysis and Questions of Class," in J. Carroll Moody and Alice Kessler-Harris, eds., Perspectives on American Labor History: The Problems of Synthesis (DeKalb, 1989), 55-79, 222-232
Kessler-Harris, '"A New Agenda," 217-225
Kessler-Harris
217
A New Agenda
Michael Frisch, "Sixty Characters in Search of Authority...," ILWCH, XXVII (1985), 100-103
Frisch
100
XXVII
International Labor and Working-Class History
1985
Eric Foner, "Labor Historians Seek Useful Past," In These Times (Dec. 12-18, 1984)
Foner
Dec. 12
In These Times
1984
2
Thomas A. Kreuger, "American Labor Historiography, Old and New: A Review Essay," Journal of Social History, IV (1971), 277-285
Kreuger
277
IV
Journal of Social History
1971
3
American Historical Revieu; LXXVIII (1973), 531-588.
531
LXXVIII
American Historical Revieu
1973
4
Labor History, XVII (1976), 485-509.
485
XVII
Labor History
1976
5
"The Old Labor History and The New: In Search of an American Working Class," ibid., XX (1979), 111-126.
111
XX
Labor History
1979
6
Alexander Saxton, Indispensable Enemy: Labor and the Anti-Chinese Movement in California (Berkeley, 1971), ix.
Saxton
ix
Indispensable Enemy: Labor and the Anti-Chinese Movement in California
1971
7
David Brody, "Philip Taft: Labor Scholar," Labor Histor)y XIX (1978), 22.
Brody
22
XIX
Labor Histor)y
1978
Taft's writings (pp. 130-136)
8
Ibid., XXXII (1991), 91-103, and responses, 104-127
91
XXXII
Labor History
1991
9
Novick, That Noble Dream: The "Objectivity Question" and the American Historical Profession (New York, 1988), 63, 68, 70
Novick
63
That Noble Dream: The "Objectivity Question" and the American Historical Profession
1988
10
Interview with Herbert Gutman, in Henry Abelove, et al., eds., Visions of History (New York, 1983), 200.
Ira Berlin, "Introduction: Herbert G. Gutman and the American Working Class," in Herbert G. Gutman, Power & Culture: Essays on the American Working Class (New York, 1987), 3-69
Berlin
Introduction: Herbert G. Gutman and the American Working Class
3
Power C& Culture: Essays on the American Working Class
1987
11
Jonathan M. Wiener, "Radical Historians and the Crisis in American History, 1959-1980," Journal of American History LXXVI (1989), 434.10.2307/1907976
434
Christopher Lasch, John Higham and Carl N. Degler, pp. 457-470
12
Ibid., 410-411.
Montgomery and Gutman in Abelove, Visions of Histor)y 170 ff, 188 ff
13
Labor History IX (1968), 3-22.
3
IX
Labor History
1968
14
Gutman, in Abelove, Visions of History 200.
Gutman
200
Visions of History
15
Journal of American History, LXXVI (1989), 487-48810.2307/1907986
487
Barton J. Bernstein, ed., Towards a New Past: Dissenting Essays in American History (New York, 1967), ix-x
Bernstein
ix
Towards a New Past: Dissenting Essays in American History
1967
16
Novick, That Noble Dram, 1-3
Novick
1
That Noble Dram
Chapter 8
Thomas Clarke Smith and Charles A. Beard in the American Historical Revieu XL (1935), 439-444
Clarke Smith
439
XL
American Historical Revieu
1935
XLI (1935), 74-87
17
Irwin Unger, "The 'New Left' and American History," ibid., LXXIII (1967)
Unger
LXXIII
American Historical Revieu
1967
Wiener, "Radical Historians and the Crisis in American His- tory," 426
Wiener
426
Radical Historians and the Crisis in American History
18
Carl Degler, "What Crisis, Jon?"Journal of American History, LXXVI (1989), 469.10.2307/1907982
469
19
Leon Fink, "The New Labor History and the Powers of Historical Pessimism: Consensus, Hegemony, and the Case of the Knights of Labor," ibid., LXXV (1988), 115-136
Fink
115
LXXV
American Historical Revieu
1988
pp. 134, 136
Diggins and Lears, with Fink's rejoinder, 137-161
20
Jacqueline Dowd Hall et al., Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World (Chapel Hill, 1987), xvii
Dowd Hall
xvii
Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World
1987
Patricia M. Cooper, Once a Cigar Maker: Men, Women, and Work Cultum in American Cigar Factories, 1900-1919 (Urbana, II., 1987), 3-7
Cooper
3
Once a Cigar Maker: Men, Women, and Work Cultum in American Cigar Factories, 1900-1919
1987
David R. Roediger, The Wages of Whiteness: Race and the Making of the American Working Class (London and New York, 1991), 3-5
Roediger
3
The Wages of Whiteness: Race and the Making of the American Working Class
1991
Sacvan Bercovitch, "Investigations of an Americanist," Journal of American History LXXVIII (1991), 972-987.10.2307/2078798
972
21
Gutman, in Abelove, Visions of Histor 200.
Gutman
200
Visions of Histor
"Labor History, Industrial Relations, and the Crisis of American Labor," Industrial and Labor Relations Revieu; XLIII (October 1989), 15-16
October
15
XLIII
Industrial and Labor Relations Revieu
1989
22
David Montgomery, Workers' Control in America (New York, 1979), 5, 165.
Montgomery
5
Workers' Control in America
1979
23
Ibid., 4
Montgomery, Fall of the House of Labor (New York, 1987), 2
Montgomery
2
Fall of the House of Labor
1987
24
David Montgomery, "Class, Capitalism, and Contentment," Labor History, XXX (1989), 125-126, 131, 137.
Montgomery
125
XXX
Labor History
1989
Sanford M. Jacoby (106-110)
Michael Kazin (110-113)
Robert Zieger (121-125)
25
Fink, "'Intellectuals' versus 'Workers': Academic Requirements and the Creation of Labor History," American Historical Review XCVI (1991), 420.10.2307/2163215
420
26
Eric Arnesen, "Crusades against Crisis," International Review of Social History, XXXV (1990), 125.
Arnesen
125
XXXV
International Review of Social History
1990
Alice Kessler- Harris ("A New Agenda," 121-122)
Kessler-Harris
121
A New Agenda
Michael Frisch ("Sixty Characters in Search of Authority," 121)
Frisch
121
Sixty Characters in Search of Authority
Kessler-Harris wrote: "Though they hung, like stagnant air, over the conference, we never directly confronted the questions raised by a pessimistic view of the contemporary working class and organized labor's possibilities" (p. 221).
27
Wiener, "Radical Historians," 429-430
Wiener
429
Radical Historians
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