"Recent Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
(reprinted from recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)

Number 67, November 1992

Abbott, Richard H., Cotton and Capital: Boston Businessmen and Antislavery Reform, 1854-1868 (Massachusetts, 1992).

Abdo, Nahla, "Racism, Zionism and the Palestinian Working Class, 1920-1947," Studies in Political Economy, No. 37 (Spring '92), 59-94.

Adelman, Jeremy, "Socialism and Democracy in Argentina in the Age of the Second International," Hispanic American Historical Review, 72 (1992), 211-38.

Alessio, Dominic T., "Capitalist Realist Art: Industrial Images of Hamilton, Ontario, 1884-1910," Journal of Urban History, 18 (1992), 442-69.

Alpern, Sarah, et al., eds., The Challenge of Feminist Biography: Writing the Lives of Modern American Women (Illinois, 1992).

Anbinder, Tyler, Nativism and Slavery: The Northern Know Nothings and the Politics of the 1850s (Oxford, 1992).

Anderson, Margo, "The History of Women and the History of Statistics," Journal of Women's History, 4 (1992), 14-36.

Anderson, Philip J. and Dag Blanck, eds., Swedish-American Life in Chicago: Cultural and Urban Aspects of an Immigrant People, 1850-1930 (Illinois, 1992).

Apess, William, On Our Own Ground: The Complete Writings of William Apess, a Pequot, ed. with an intro. by Barry O'Connell (Massachusetts, 1992).

Aptheker, Herbert, Anti-Racism in U.S. History: The First Two Hundred Years (Greenwood, 1992).

Axtell, James, Beyond 1492: Encounters in Colonial North America (Oxford, 1992).

Baud, Michiel, "Sugar and Unfree Labour: Reflections on Labour Control in the Dominican Republic, 1870-1935," Journal of Peasant Studies, 19 (1992), 301-25.

Baym, Nina, Feminism and American Literary History (Rutgers, 1992).

Beeman, Richard R., "Deference, Republicanism, and the Emergence of Popular Politics in Eighteenth-Century America," William & Mary Quarterly, 49 (1992), 401-30.

Bender, Thomas, ed., The Antislavery Debate: Capitalism and Abolitionism as a Problem in Historical Interpretation (California, 1992).

Berg, Maxine, "The First Women Economic Historians," Economic History Review, 45 (1992), 308-29.

Berger, Iris, Elsa Barkley Brown, and Nancy A. Hewitt, "Intersections and Collision Courses: Women, Blacks, and Workers Confront Gender, Race, and Class (Symposium)," Feminist Studies, 18 (1992), 283-326.

Berger, Iris, Threads of Solidarity: Women in South African Industry, 1900-1980 (Indiana, 1992).

Boston, Thomas D., "Sixteenth-Century European Expansion and the Economic Decline of Africa," Review of Black Political Economy, 20:4 (Spring '92), 5-38.

Brundage, David, "After the Labor League: The Persistence of Irish-American Labor Radicalism in Denver, 1897-1905," Journal of American Ethnic History, 11 (Spring '92), 3-26.

Bushman, Claudia, America Discovers Columbus: How an Italian Explorer Became an American Hero (University Press of New England, 1992).

Canning, Kathleen, "Gender and the Politics of Class Formation: Rethinking German Labor History," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 736-68.

Caraway, Nancie, Segregated Sisterhood: Racism and the Politics of American Feminism (Tennessee, 1992).

Carby, Hazel V., "The Multicultural Wars," Radical History Review, No. 54 (Fall '92), 7-20.

Carr, Lois Green, "Emigration and the Standard of Living: The Seventeenth Century Chesapeake," Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992), 271-92.

Carson, Clayborne, Ralph Luker, and Penny A. Russell, eds., The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. (California, 1992).

Ceplair, Larry, ed., Charlotte Perkins Gilman: A Non-Fiction Reader (Columbia, 1992).

Chen, Hsiang-shui, Chinatown No More: Taiwan Immigrants in Contemporary New York (Cornell, 1992).

Christensen, Kimberly, "Political Determinants of Income Changes for African-American Women and Men," Review of Radical Political Economics, 24:1 (Spring '92), 52-70.

Clement, Priscilla Ferguson, "Nineteenth-Century Welfare Policy, Programs, and Poor Women: Philadelphia as a Case Study," Feminist Studies, 18 (1992), 35-58.

Cohen, Marilyn, "Survival Strategies in Female-Headed Households: Linen Workers in Tullylish, County Downs, 1901," Journal of Family History, 17 (1992), 303-18.

Cohn, Raymond L., "The Occupations of English Immigrants to the United States, 1836-1853," Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992), 377-88.

"Columbus and the New World Order, 1492-1992," special issue of Monthly Review, 44:3 (July-Aug. '92).

Cook, Blanche Wiesen, Eleanor Roosevelt, vol. 1, 1884-1933 (Penguin, 1992).

Coppin, Addington, "Recent U.S. Economic Policies and the Central Caribbean Economies," Review of Black Political Economy, 20:4 (Spring '92), 55-72.

Crapol, Edward P., "Coming to Terms with Empire: The Historiography of Late-Nineteenth-Century American Foreign Relations," Diplomatic History, 16 (1992), 573-99.

Craton, Michael, "The Transition from Slavery to Free Wage Labour in the Caribbean, 1790-1890: A Survey with Particular Reference to Recent Scholarship," Slavery & Abolition, 13:2 (Aug. '92), 37-67.

D'Emilio, John, Making Trouble: Essays on Gay History, Politics, and the University (Routledge, 1992).

Davis, Natalie Zemon, "Women and the World of the Annales," History Workshop, No. 33 (Spring '92), 121-37.

Day, Tanis, "Capital-Labor Substitution in the Home," Technology and Culture, 33 (1992), 302-27.

Demarest, David Jr. and Russell Gibbons, eds., "The River Ran Red": Homestead 1892 (Pittsburgh, 1992).

Deutsch, Sarah, "Learning to Talk More Like a Man: Boston Women's Class-Bridging Organizations, 1870-1940," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 379-404.

Devens, Carol, Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900 (California, 1992).

DeVoto, F., "Italian Emigrants and Argentine Society: Problems of Models and Sources," Journal of European Economic History, 20 (1992), 629-44.

Deyle, Steven, "The Irony of Liberty: Origins of the Domestic Slave Trade," Journal of the Early American Republic, 12 (1992), 37-62.

Diamond, Sigmund, Compromised Campus: The Collaboration of Universities with the Intelligence Community, 1945-1955 (Oxford, 1992).

Donaldson, Laura, Decolonizing Feminisms: Race, Gender, and Empire-Building (North Carolina, 1992).

Durham, Martin, "Gender and the British Union of Fascists," Journal of Contemporary History, 27 (1992), 513-30.

Ellis, Mark, "'Closing Ranks' and 'Seeking Honors': W.E.B. Du Bois in World War I," Journal of American History, 79 (1992), 96-124.

"The End of the Cold War: A Symposium II," Diplomatic History, 16 (1992), 223-318.

Epstein, Barbara, "'Political Correctness' and Collective Powerlessness," Socialist Review, 21:3,4 (July-Dec. '91), 13-36.

"The European Peasant Family and Economy," special issue of Journal of Family History, 17:2 (1992).

Farnsworth, Beatrice and Lynne Viola, eds., Russian Peasant Women (Oxford, 1992).

Faust, Drew Gilpin, "'Trying to Do a Man's Business': Slavery, Violence and Gender in the American Civil War," Gender & History, 4 (1992), 197-214.

Ferguson, Ann, "Lesbianism, Feminism, and Empowerment in Nicaragua," Socialist Review, 21:3,4 (July-Dec. '91), 75-98.

Fisher, David James, "The Suicide of a Survivor: Some Intimate Perceptions of Bettelheim's Suicide," The Psychoanalytic Review (Dec. 1992).

Fitch, Nancy, "Mass Culture, Mass Parliamentary Politics, and Modern Anti-Semitism: The Dreyfus Affair in Rural France," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 55-95.

"Forum: Socialism after Communism," special section in Studies in Political Economy, No. 38 (Summer '92), 139-74.

Franklin, John Hope, Race and History: Selected Essays, 1938-1988 (LSU Press, 1992).

Freeman, Joshua and Steve Rosswurm, "The Education of an Anti-Communist: Father John F. Cronin and the Baltimore Labor Movement," Labor History, 33 (1992), 217-47.

Fremdling, R., "The Puddler--A Craftsman's Skill and the Spread of a New Technology in Belgium, France and Germany," Journal of European Economic History, 20 (1992), 529-68.

Friedlander, Saul, ed., Probing the Limits of Representation: Nazism and the "Final Solution" (Harvard, 1992).

Gamber, Wendy, "A Precarious Independence: Milliners and Dressmakers in Boston, 1860-1880," Journal of Women's History, 4 (1992), 60-88.

Gilderhus, Mark T., "An Emerging Synthesis? U.S.-Latin American Relations since the Second World War," Diplomatic History, 16 (1992), 429-52.

Gilje, Paul A. and Howard B. Rock, eds., Keepers of the Revolution: New Yorkers at Work in the Early Republic (Cornell, 1992).

Gillespie, Richard, Manufacturing Knowledge: A History of the Hawthorne Experiments (Cambridge, 1992).

Glenn, Evelyn Nakano, "From Servitude to Service Work: Historical Continuities in the Racial Division of Paid Reproductive Labor," Signs, 18 (1992), 1-43.

Goggin, Jacqueline, "Challenging Sexual Discrimination in the Historical Profession: Women Historians and the American Historical Association, 1880-1940," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 769-802.

Gordon, Linda, "Social Insurance and Public Assistance: The Influence of Gender in Welfare Thought in the United States, 1890-1935," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 19-54.

Grubb, Farley, "Fatherless and Friendless: Factors Influencing the Flow of English Emigrant Servants," Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992), 85-108.

Haj, Samira, "Palestinian Women and Patriarchal Relations," Signs, 17 (1992), 761-78.

Hapke, Laura, Tales of the Working Girl: Wage-Earning Women in American Literature, 1890-1925 (Twayne, 1992).

Harris, Jose, "Political Thought and the Welfare State, 1870-1940: An Intellectual Framework for British Social Policy," Past & Present, No. 135 (May '92), 116-41.

Harris, Michael W., The Rise of Gospel Blues: The Music of Andrew Dorsey in the Urban Church (Oxford, 1992).

Hattam, Victoria C., "Institutions and Political Change: Working-Class Formation in England and the United States, 1820-1896," Politics & Society, 20 (1992), 133-66.

Haynes, Douglas and Gyan Prakash, eds., Contesting Power: Everyday Resistance in South Asian Society and History (California, 1992).

Helly, Dorothy O. and Susan M. Reverby, eds., Gendered Domains: Rethinking Public and Private in Women's History (Cornell, 1992).

Henry, Paget, and Paul Buhle, eds., C.L.R. James's Caribbean (Duke, 1992).

"The History of Agriculture and the Environment," special issue of Agricultural History, 66 (Spring 1992).

Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz, "'Nous Autres': Reading, Passion, and the Creation of M. Carey Thomas," Journal of American History, 79 (1992), 68-95.

Housman, Judy and Ramsay Rutherford, "East Germany in Transition: An Interview with New Forum Founder Jens Reich," Radical America, 24:1 (Jan-Mar. '90), 73-88.

Howard, Christopher, "Sowing the Seeds of 'Welfare': The Transformation of Mother's Pensions, 1900-1940," Journal of Policy History, 4 (1992), 188-227.

"The Human Commodity: Perspectives on the Trans-Saharan Slave Trade," special issue of Slavery & Abolition, 13:1 (April '92).

Hunt, Lynn, The Family Romance of the French Revolution (California, 1992).

Hunt, Margaret, "Wife Beating, Domesticity and Women's Independence in Eighteenth-Century London," Gender & History, 4 (1992), 10-33.

Idson, Todd L., and Hollis F. Price, "An Analysis of Wage Differentials by Gender and Ethnicity in the Public Sector," Review of Black Political Economy, 20:3 (Winter '92), 75-98.

Isenberg, Nancy, "The Personal is Political: Gender, Feminism, and the Politics of Discourse Theory," American Quarterly, 44 (1992), 449-58.

Jaimes, M. Annette, ed., The State of Native America: Genocide, Colonization, and Resistance (South End Press, 1992).

James, Winston, "Migration, Racism and Identity: The Caribbean Experience in Britain," New Left Review, #193 (May-June '92), 15-55.

Jamieson, Kathleen Hall, Dirty Politics: Deception, Distortion, and Democracy (Oxford, 1992).

Jones, Norrece T. Jr., Born a Child of Freedom, Yet a Slave: Mechanisms of Control and Strategies of Resistance in Antebellum South Carolina (Wesleyan, 1992).

Kaplan, Temma, Red City, Blue Period: Social Movements in Picasso's Barcelona (California, 1992).

Kasinitz, Philip, Caribbean New York: Black Immigrants and the Politics of Race (Cornell, 1992).

Kassoudji, Sherrie A., and Laura J. Dresser, "Working Class Rosies: Women Industrial Workers during World War II," Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992), 431-46.

Kaye, Harvey J., The Education of Desire: Marxists and the Writing of History (Routledge, 1992).

Keddie, Nikki R. and Beth Baron, eds., Women in Middle Eastern History: Shifting Boundaries in Sex and Gender (Yale, 1992).

Kellogg, Susan, "Hegemony out of Conquest: The First Two Centuries of Spanish Rule in Central Mexico," Radical History Review, No. 53 (Spring '92), 27-48.

Kerber, Linda, "The Paradox of Women's Citizenship in the Early Republic: The Case of Martin vs. Massachusetts, 1805," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 349-78.

Kessler-Harris, Alice, "Cultural Locations: Positioning American Studies in the Great Debate," American Quarterly, 44 (1992), 299-312.

Kikue, Yamakawa, Women of the Mito Domain: Recollections of Samurai Family Life (Columbia, 1992).

King, Margaret L., Women of the Renaissance (Chicago, 1992).

Klepp, Susan E., and Billy G. Smith, eds., The Infortunate: The Voyage and Adventures of William Moraley, an Indentured Servant (Penn State, 1992).

Kliger, Hannah, ed., Jewish Hometown Associations and Family Circles in New York: The WPA Yiddish Writers' Group Study (Indiana, 1992).

Klinghoffer, Judith Apter and Lois Elkins, "'The Petticoat Electors': Women's Suffrage in New Jersey, 1776-1807," Journal of the Early American Republic, 12 (1992), 159-94.

Knaefler, Tomi Kaizawa, Our House Divided: Seven Japanese American Families in World War II (Hawaii, 1992).

Krause, Paul, "The Life and Times of 'Beeswax' Taylor: Origins and Paradoxes of the Gilded-Age Labor Movement," Labor History, 33 (1992), 32-54.

Krause, Paul, The Battle for Homestead, 1880-1892: Politics, Culture, and Steel (Pittsburgh, 1992).

Krebs, Paula, "'The Last of the Gentlemen's Wars': Women in the Boer War Concentration Camp Controversy," History Workshop, No. 33 (Spring '92), 38-56.

Kull, Andrew, The Color-Blind Constitution (Harvard, 1992).

Lamoreaux, Naomi R., and Christopher Glaisek, "Vehicles of Privilege or Mobility? Banks in Providence, Rhode Island, during the Age of Jackson," Business History Review, 65 (1992), 502-27.

Laslett, Barbara, "Gender in/and Social Science History," Social Science History, 16 (1992), 177-96.

Lause, Mark A., "The American Radicals and Organized Marxism: The Initial Experience, 1869-1874," Labor History, 33 (1992), 55-80.

Levine, Peter, Ellis Island to Ebbetts Field: Sports and the American-Jewish Experience (Oxford, 1992).

Levine, Robert M., Vale of Tears: Revisiting the Canudos Massacre in Northeastern Brazil, 1893-1897 (California, 1992).

Lewis, Jane and Gertrude Aström, "Equality, Difference, and State Welfare: Labor Market and Family Policies in Sweden," Feminist Studies, 18 (1992), 59-87.

Licht, Walter, Getting Work: Philadelphia, 1840-1950 (Harvard, 1992).

Lim, Shirley Geok-Lim and Amy Ling, eds., Reading the Literatures of Asian America (Temple, 1992).

Little, J.I., "Ethnicity, Family Structure and Seasonal Labor Struggles on Quebec's Appalachian Frontier, 1852-1881," Journal of Family History, 17 (1992), 289-302.

Louie, Miriam Ching, "Immigrant Asian Women in Bay Area Garment Sweatshops: 'After Sewing, Laundry, Cleaning and Cooking, I Have No Breath Left to Sing,'" Amerasia Journal, 18:1 (1992), 1-26.

Lynn, Susan, "Gender and Post World War II Progressive Politics: A Bridge to Social Activism in the 1960s U.S.A.," Gender & History, 4 (1992), 215-39.

Mandle, Jay R., Not Slave, Not Free: The African American Economic Experience since the Civil War (Duke, 1992).

Marcus, Julie, "History, Anthropology and Gender: Turkish Women Past and Present," Gender & History, 4 (1992), 147-74.

Martin, Calvin Luther, In the Spirit of the Earth: Rethinking History and Time (Johns Hopkins, 1992).

Martin, Patricia Preciado, Songs My Mother Sang to Me: An Oral History of Mexican American Women (Arizona, 1992).

"Marx after Elvis," special issue of Strategies: A Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics, No. 6 (1991).

McMurry, Sally, "Women's Work in Agriculture: Divergent Trends in England and America, 1800 to 1930," Past & Present, 34 (1992), 248-70.

Meier, August, A White Scholar and the Black Community, 1945-1965 (Massachusetts, 1992).

Meznar, Joan, "The Ranks of the Poor: Military Service and Social Differentiation in Northeast Brazil, 1830-1875," Hispanic American Historical Review, 72 (1992), 335-52.

Miller, Joshua, The Rise and Fall of Democracy in Early America, 1630-1789 (Penn State, 1992).

Mills, Jane, Womanwords: A Dictionary of Words about Women (Free Press, 1992).

Morgan, Carol, "Women, Work and Consciousness in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century English Cotton Industry," Social History, 17 (1992), 23-42.

Murphy, Teresa Anne, Ten Hours' Labor: Religion, Reform, and Gender in Early New England (Cornell, 1992).

Namias, June, First Generation: In the Words of Twentieth-Century American Immigrants, 2nd. ed. (Illinois, 1992).

Nelson-Pallmeyer, Jack, Brave New World Order: Must We Pledge Allegiance? (Orbis Books, 1992).

Nicholas, Stephen J. and Jacqueline M. Nicholas, "Male Literacy, 'Deskilling,' and the Industrial Revolution," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 23 (1992), 1-18.

Nieman, Donald G., Promises to Keep: African Americans and the Constitutional Order, 1776 to the Present (Oxford, 1992).

Orsi, Robert, "The Religious Boundaries of an Inbetween People: Street Feste and the Problem of the Dark-Skinned Other in Italian Harlem, 1920-1990," American Quarterly, 44 (1992), 313-47.

Peffer, William A., Populism, Its Rise and Fall, ed. with an intro. by Peter H. Argersinger (Kansas, 1992).

Phelps, Christopher, "The Second Time as Farce: The Right's 'New McCarthyism,'" Monthly Review, 43 (Oct. '91), 39-57.

Polasky, Janet, "A Revolution for Socialist Reforms: The Belgian General Strike for Universal Suffrage," Journal of Contemporary History, 27 (1992), 449-66.

"The Politics of Ethnic Construction: Hispanic, Chicano, Latino?" special issue of Latin American Perspectives, 19:4 (Fall '92).

Rahe, Paul A., Republics Ancient and Modern: Classical Republicanism and the American Revolution (North Carolina, 1992).

Ramsay, Glay, The Ideology of the Great Fear: The Soissonnais in 1789 (Johns Hopkins, 1992).

Reagon, Bernice Johnson, ed., "We'll Understand It Better By and By": Pioneering African American Gospel Composers (Smithsonian, 1992).

"Refugees and the Asylum Dilemma in the West," special issue of Journal of Policy History, 4 (1992), 1-110.

Reidy, Joseph, From Slavery to Agrarian Capitalism in the Cotton Plantation South (North Carolina, 1992).

Rise, Eric W., "Race, Rape, and Radicalism: The Case of the Martinsville Seven, 1949-1951," Journal of Southern History, 58 (1992), 461-90.

Robertson, Paul L., and Lee J. Alston, "Technological Choice and the Organization of Work in Capitalist Firms," Economic History Review, 45 (1992), 330-49.

Rodgers, Daniel T., "Republicanism: The Career of a Concept," Journal of American History, 79 (1992), 11-38.

Roemer, John E., "Can There Be Socialism after Communism?" Politics & Society, 20 (1992), 261-76.

Rose, Douglas D., ed., The Emergence of David Duke and the Politics of Race (North Carolina, 1992).

Rosenberg, Dorothy J., "Women's Issues, Women's Politics, and Women's Studies in the Former German Democratic Republic," Radical History Review, No. 54 (Fall '92), 110-26.

Rosenzweig, Roy and Elizabeth Blackmar, The Park and the People: A History of Central Park (Cornell, 1992).

Rosswurm, Steve, ed., The CIO's Left-Led Unions (Rutgers, 1992).

Rutledge, Paul James, The Vietnamese Experience in America (Indiana, 1992).

Scherzer, Kenneth A., The Unbounded Community: Neighborhood Life and Social Structure in New York City, 1830-1875 (Duke, 1992).

Scobie, Ingrid Winther, Center Stage: Helen Gahagan Douglas, A Life (Oxford, 1992).

Scott, Anne Firor, Natural Allies: Women's Associations in American History (Illinois, 1992).

Scott, Joan Wallach, "The Campaign Against Political Correctness: What's Really at Stake," Radical History Review, No. 54 (Fall '92), 59-80.

Seed, Patricia, "On Caribbean Shores: Problems of Writing History of the First Contact," Radical History Review, No. 53 (Spring '92), 5-12.

Shoemaker, Nancy, "The Census as Civilizer: American Indian Household Structure in the 1900 and 1910 U.S. Censuses," Historical Methods, 25 (1992), 4-11.

"Simone de Beauvoir," special section in Signs, 18 (1992), 74-161.

Simons, Donald L., I Refuse: Memories of a Vietnam War Objector (Broken Rifle Press, 1992).

Skerry, Peter, Mexican Americans: The Ambivalent Minority (Free Press, 1992).

Skocpol, Theda, Protecting Soldiers and Mothers: The Political Origins of Social Policy in the United States (Harvard, 1992).

Solinger, Rickie, Wake Up Little Susie: Single Pregnancy and Race before Roe v. Wade (Routledge, 1992).

Stokes, Rose Pastor, "I Belong to the Working Class": The Unfinished Autobiography of Rose Pastor Stokes, ed. by Herbert Shapiro and David L. Sterling (Georgia, 1992).

Sundstrom, William A., "Last Hired, First Fired? Unemployment and Urban Black Workers during the Great Depression," Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992), 415-30.

Taylor, Barbara, "Mary Wollstonecraft and the Wild Wish of Early Feminism," History Workshop, No. 33 (Spring '92), 197-219.

Taylor, William R., In Pursuit of Gotham: Culture and Commerce in New York (Oxford, 1992).

Therborn, Göran, "The Life and Times of Socialism," New Left Review, #194 (July-Aug. '92), 17-32.

Thomas, Richard W., Life for Us Is What We Make It: Building Black Community in Detroit, 1915-1945 (Indiana, 1992).

Tillery, Tyrone, Claude McKay: A Black Poet's Struggle for Identity (Massachusetts, 1992).

Tischler, Barbara L., ed., Sights on the Sixties (Rutgers, 1992).

Tomlins, Christopher L. and Andrew J. King, eds., Labor Law in America: Historical and Critical Essays (Johns Hopkins, 1992).

Torres, Andrés, "Labor Market Segmentation: African American and Puerto Rican Labor in New York City, 1960-1980," Review of Black Political Economy, 20:1 (Summer '91), 59-78.

"Toward the Internationalization of American History: A Roundtable," special section in Journal of American History, 79 (1992), 432-542.

Van DeBurg, William L., New Day in Babylon: The Black Power Movement and American Culture, 1965-1975 (Chicago, 1992).

Vedder, Richard K., and Lowell Galloway, "Racial Differences in Unemployment in the United States, 1890-1990," Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992), 696-702.

Vilanova, Mercedes, "Anarchism, Political Participation, and Illiteracy in Barcelona between 1934 and 1936," American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 96-120.

Walker, Thomas J.E., Pluralistic Fraternity: The History of the International Worker's Order (Garland, 1991).

Walthall, Anne, ed. and trans., Peasant Uprisings in Japan: A Critical Anthology of Peasant Histories (Chicago, 1992).

Wasserstrom, Jeffrey N., "Towards a Social History of the Chinese Revolution: A Review," Social History, 17 (1992), 1-22.

Watts, Jill, God, Harlem U.S.A.: The Father Divine Story (California, 1992).

Weinberg, Sydney Stahl, "The Treatment of Women in Immigration History: A Call for Change," Journal of American Ethnic History, 11 (Summer '92), 25-46, with comments by Donna Gabaccia, Hasia R. Diner, and Maxine Schwartz Seller.

Weisberger, Adam M., "Marginality and Messianism: German Jews and Socialism, 1871-1918," Politics & Society, 20 (1992), 225-56.

West, Elliott and Paula Petrik, eds., Small Worlds: Children and Adolescents in America, 1850-1950 (Kansas, 1992).

Whitney, Robert, "The Political Economy of Abolition: The Hispano-Cuban Elite and Cuban Slavery, 1868-1873," Slavery & Abolition, 13:2 (Aug. '92), 20-36.

Williams, Glen, "Greening the New Canadian Political Economy," Studies in Political Economy, No. 37 (Spring '92), 5-30.

Wunderlin, Clarence E. Jr., Visions of a New Industrial Order: Social Science and Labor Theory in America's Progressive Era (Columbia, 1992).

Wynn, Charters, Workers, Strikes, and Pogroms: The Donbass-Dnepr Bend in Late Imperial Russia, 1870-1905 (Princeton, 1992).

Yee, Shirley J., Black Women Abolitionists: A Study in Activism, 1828-1860 (Tennessee, 1992).

Yewell, John, Chris Dodge and Jan DeSirey, eds., Confronting Columbus: An Anthology (McFarland & Company, 1992).

Young, Alfred F. and Terry J. Fife, with Mary E. Janzen, We The People: Voices and Images of the New Nation (Temple, 1992).

Zahavi, Gerald, "'Communism is No Bug-a-Boo': Communism and Left-Wing Unionism in Fulton County, New York, 1933-1950," Labor History, 33 (1992), 165-90.

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