Books and Articles of Interest"
compiled by Tom Dublin
recent issues of the Radical Historians Newsletter)
Number 68, May 1993
Adero, Malaika, ed., Up South:
Stories, Studies and Letters of This Century's African American Migrations
(New Press, 1993).
Andrews, George Reid, "Racial
Inequality in Brazil and the United States: A Statistical Comparison,''
Journal of Social History, 26 (1992), 229-64.
Appy, Christian G., Working-Class
War: American Combat Soldiers and Vietnam (North Carolina, 1993).
Arnesen, Eric, "Following the
Color Line of Labor: Black Workers and the Labor Movement before 1930,''
Radical History Review, #55 (Winter '93), 53-89.
Aronson, Ronald, "South Africa
as Apartheid Unwinds,'' Socialist Review, 22:2 (April-June '92),
Barker-Benfield, G.J., The
Culture of Sensibility: Sex and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Barrett, James R., "Americanization
from the Bottom Up: Immigration and the Remaking of the Working Class
in the United States, 1880-1930,'' Journal of American History,
79 (1992), 996-1020.
Berlanstein, Lenard R., "The
Distinctiveness of the Nineteenth-Century French Labor Movement,'' Journal
of Modern History, 64 (1992), 660-85.
Berlin, Ira, Barbara J. Fields,
Steven F. Miller, Joseph P. Reidy, and Leslie S. Rowland, eds., Free
at Last: A Documentary History of Slavery, Freedom, and the Civil War
(New Press, 1993).
Berlin, Ira, et al.,
Slaves No More: Essays on Emancipation and the Civil War (Cambridge,
Bernhard, Virginia, "'Men, Women
and Children' at Jamestown: Population and Gender in Early Virginia, 1607-1610,''
Journal of Southern History, 58 (1992), 599-618.
Bernstein, Barton J., "Seizing
the Contested Terrain of Early Nuclear History: Stimson, Conant, and Their
Allies Explain the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb,'' Diplomatic History,
17 (1993), 35-72.
Bess, Michael D., "E.P. Thompson:
The Historian as Activist,'' American Historical Review, 98 (1993),
Birdwell-Pheasant, Donna, "Irish
Households in the Early Twentieth Century: Culture, Class, and Historical
Contingency,'' Journal of Family History, 18 (1993), 19-38.
Blackburn, George and Sherman
Ricards, "Unequal Opportunity on a Mining Frontier: The Role of Gender,
Race, and Birthplace,'' Pacific Historical Review, 62 (1993), 19-38.
Blom, Ida, "Widowhood: From
Poor Law Society to the Welfare Society: The Case of Norway, 1875-1964,''
Journal of Women's History, 4:2 (Fall '92), 52-81.
Bohstedt, John, "The Moral Economy
and the Discipline of Historical Context,'' Journal of Social History,
26 (1992), 265-84.
Bonnell, Victoria E., "The Peasant
Woman in Stalinist Political Art of the 1930s,'' American Historical
Review, 98 (1993), 55-82.
Borus, Daniel H., ed., These
United States: Portraits of America from the 1920s (Cornell, 1992).
Boswell, Laird, "The French
Rural Communist Electorate,'' Journal of Interdisciplinary History,
23 (1993), 719-50.
Bracey, John H. Jr., and August
Meier, "Allies or Adversaries? The NAACP, A. Philip Randolph and the 1941
March on Washington,'' Georgia Historical Quarterly, 75 (1991),
Broad, David, "Democracy in
Times of War and Socialist Crisis: Reflections Stemming from the Sandinista
Revolution,'' Latin American Perspectives, No. 77 (Spring '93), 21-44.
Brody, David, "Reconciling the
Old Labor History and the New,'' Pacific Historical Review, 62
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),
Brunk, Samuel, "Zapata and the
City Boys: In Search of a Piece of the Revolution,'' Hispanic American
Historical Review, 73 (1993), 33-66.
Burgess, Norma J., and Hayward
Derrick Horton, "African American Women and Work: A Socio-Historical Perspective,''
Journal of Family History, 18 (1993), 53-64.
Campbell, Tracy A., "The Limits
of Agrarian Action: The 1908 Kentucky Tobacco Strike,'' Agricultural
History, 66 (Summer 1992), 76-97.
Cannon, James P., James P.
Cannon and the Early Years of American Communism: Selected Writings and
Speeches, 1920-1928 (Spartacist Publishing, 1992).
Carling, Alan, "Analytical Marxism
and Historical Materialism: The Debate on Social Evolution,'' Science
& Society, 57 (1993), 31-65.
Caspar, Scott E., "An Uneasy
Marriage of Sentiment and Scholarship: Elizabeth F. Ellet and the Domestic
Origins of American Women's History,'' Journal of Women's History,
4:2 (Fall '92), 10-35.
Cecil-Fronsman, Bill, Common
Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina (Kentucky,
Chandra, Nirmal Kumar, "Bukharin's
Alternative to Stalin: Industrialisation without Forced Collectivisation,''
Journal of Peasant Studies, 20 (1992), 97-159.
Cohen, Robert, Revolt of
the Depression Generation: America's First Student Protest Movement, 1929-1940
Cornelius, Janet Druitsman,
When I Can Read My Title Clear: Literacy, Slavery and Religion in the
Antebellum South (South Carolina, 1993).
Cottrell, Robert C., Izzy:
A Biography of I.F. Stone (Rutgers, 1992).
Couvares, Francis M., "Hollywood,
Main Street, and the Church: Trying to Censor the Movies before the Production
Code,'' American Quarterly, 44 (1992), 584-616.
Davis, Colin J., "Bitter Conflict:
The 1922 Railroad Shopmen's Strike,'' Labor History, 33 (1992),
Davis, Flora, Moving the
Mountain: The Women's Movement in America since 1960 (Simon & Schuster,
Davis, Mike, "Who Killed Los
Angeles?'' New Left Review, #197 (Jan.-Feb. '93), 3-28.
Derickson, Alan, "From Company
Doctors to Union Hospitals: The First Democratic Health-Care Experiments
of the United Mine Workers of America,'' Labor History, 33 (1992),
Dublin, Thomas, ed., Farm
to Factory: Women's Letters, 1830-1860 (revised and expanded ed.,
________, ed., Immigrant
Voices: New Lives in America, 1773-1986 (Illinois, 1993).
Durham, Martin, "Gender and
the British Union of Fascists,'' Journal of Contemporary History,
27 (1992), 513-30.
Ehrenberg, John, The Dictatorship
of the Proletariat: Marxism's Theory of Socialist Democracy (Routledge,
Ellis, Mark, "'Closing Ranks'
and 'Seeking Honors': W.E.B. Du Bois in World War I,'' Journal of American
History, 79 (1992), 96-124.
Escobar, Edward J., "The Dialectics
of Repression: The Los Angeles Police and the Chicano Movement, 1968-1971,
Journal of American History, 79 (1993), 1483-1514.
"Explaining the Law in Early
American History--A Symposium,'' special issue of William & Mary Quarterly,
50 (Jan. '93).
Faragher, John Mack, "The Frontier
Trail: Rethinking Turner and Reimagining the American West,'' American
Historical Review, 98 (1993), 106-17.
Faust, Drew Gilpin, Southern
Stories: Slaveholders in Peace and War (Missouri, 1992).
Feltes, N.N., "Misery or the
Production of Misery: Defining Sweated Labour in 1890,'' Social History,
17 (1992), 441-52.
Fleming, Cynthia Griggs, "Black
Women Activists and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: The
Case of Ruby Doris Smith Robinson,'' Journal of Women's History,
4:3 (Winter '93), 64-83.
Fox, Richard W. and T.J. Jackson
Lears, eds., The Power of Culture: Critical Essays in American History
Fraser, Nancy and Linda Gordon,
"Contract versus Charity: Why Is There No Social Citizenship in the United
States?'' Socialist Review, 22:3 (July-Sept. '92), 45-68.
Fraser, Valerie, "Architecture
and Ambition: The Case of the Jesuits in the Viceroyalty of Peru,'' History
Workshop, No. 34 (Autumn '92), 17-32.
French, William E., "Prostitutes
and Guardian Angels: Women, Work, and the Family in Porfirian Mexico,''
Hispanic American Historical Review, 72 (1992), 529-54.
"The Future of Socialism,''
special issue of Review of Radical Political Economics, 24 (Fall-Winter
Gaspar, David Barry, "Working
the System: Antigua Slaves and Their Struggle to Live,'' Slavery &
Abolition, 13 (1992), 131-55.
"Gender and Employment Challenges
of the Nineties,'' special section in Journal of Women's History,
4:3 (Winter '93), 137-61.
Gentile, Emilio, "Impending
Modernity: Fascism and the Ambivalent Image of the United States,''
Journal of Contemporary History, 28 (1993), 7-30.
Gordon, Felicia, "Reproductive
Rights: The Early Twentieth Century European Debate,'' Gender & History,
4 (1992), 387-99.
Grill, Johnpeter Horst and Robert
L. Jenkins, "The Nazis and the American South in the 1930s: A Mirror Image?''
Journal of Southern History, 58 (1992), 667-94.
Grossbart, Stephen R., "Quantitative
and Social Science Methods for Historians: An Annotated Bibliography of
Selected Books and Articles,'' Historical Methods, 25 (1992), 100-20.
Gutierrez, Ramon E., "Community,
Patriarchy and Individualism: The Politics of Chicano History and the
Dream of Equality,'' American Quarterly, 45 (1993), 44-72.
Gutmann, Matthew C., "Rituals
of Resistance: A Critique of the Theory of Everyday Forms of Resistance,''
with a reply from James C. Scott, Latin American Perspectives, No.
77 (Spring '93), 74-96.
Harrold, Stanley, "John Brown's
Forerunners: Slave Rescue Attempts and the Abolitionists, 1841-51,'' Radical
History Review, #55 (Winter '93), 89-112.
Harvey, Brett, The Fifties:
A Women's Oral History (HarperCollins, 1992).
Hensley, Paul B., "Time, Work,
and Social Context in New England,'' New England Quarterly, 65
Herbert, Ulrich, "Labour and
Extermination: Economic Interest and Primacy of Weltanschauung
in National Socialism,'' Past & Present, No. 138 (Feb. '93), 144-95.
Hine, Darlene Clark, ed., Black
Women in America: An Encyclopedia, 2 vols. (Carlson, 1993).
Hirsch, Arnold R. and Joseph
Logsdon, eds., Creole New Orleans: Race and Americanization (LSU
"History and Feminist Theory,''
a special issue of History and Theory, 31:4 (1992).
Hoerder, Dirk and Horst Rössler,
eds. Distant Magnets: Expectations and Realities in the Immigrant Experience
(Holmes & Meier, 1993).
Hoffman, Emily P., "Racial Differences
in the Feminization of Poverty,'' Review of Black Political Economy,
21 (Summer '92), 19-32.
Honey, Michael K., Southern
Labor and Black Civil Rights: Organizing Memphis Workers (Illinois,
Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz, "'Nous
Autres': Reading, Passion, and the Creation of M. Carey Thomas,'' Journal
of American History, 79 (1992), 68-95.
Horrell, Sara and Jane Humphries,
"Old Questions, New Data, and Alternative Perspectives: Families' Living
Standards in the Industrial Revolution,'' Journal of Economic History,
52 (1992), 849-80.
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, M.C., and J.E. King,
A History of Marxian Economics, volume 2, 1929-1990 (Princeton,
Hunt, James L., "Populism, Law,
and the Corporation: The 1897 Kansas Supreme Court,'' Agricultural
History, 66 (Fall 1992), 28-54.
Hunter, James Davison, Culture
Wars: The Struggle to Define America (Basic, 1992).
Hyclak, Thomas, Larry W. Taylor,
and James B. Stewart, "Some New Historical Evidence on the Impact of Affirmative
Action: Detroit, 1972,'' Review of Black Political Economy, 21
(Fall '92), 81-98.
"The Invention of Ethnicity:
A Perspective from the U.S.A.,'' special section of Journal of American
Ethnic History, 12:1 (Fall '92).
Jablonsky, Thomas, Pride
in the Jungle: Community and Everyday Life in Back of the Yards Chicago
(Johns Hopkins, 1993).
Jordan, Winthrop D., Tumult
and Silence at Second Creek: An Inquiry into a Civil War Slave Conspiracy
(LSU Press, 1993).
Katz, Michael B., ed., The
"Underclass'' Debate: Views from History (Princeton, 1993).
Katznelson, Ira, Marxism
and the City (Oxford, 1992).
Kennedy, Elizabeth Lapovsky
and Madeline D. Davis, Boots of Leather, Slippers of Gold: The History
of a Lesbian Community (Routledge, 1993).
Kenney, Padraic, "Working-Class
Community and Resistance in pre-Stalinist Poland: The Poznanski Textile
Strike, Lodz, September, 1947,'' Social History, 18 (1993), 31-52.
Kerr, Andrea Moore, Lucy
Stone: Speaking Out for Equality (Rutgers, 1993).
Kiernan, Ben, "The Vietnam War:
Alternative Endings,'' American Historical Review, 97 (1992), 1118-37.
Kiernan, Victor, "Chile--from
War to Revolution, 1879-1891,'' History Workshop, No. 34 (Autumn
Korzeniewicz, Roberto P., "The
Labor Politics of Radicalism: The Santa Fe Crisis of 1928,'' Hispanic
American Historical Review, 73 (1993), 1-32.
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.
Kruman, Mark W., "The Second
American Party System and the Transformation of Revolutionary Republicanism,''
Journal of the Early American Republic, 12 (1992), 509-38.
Kulikoff, Allan, The Agrarian
Origins of American Capitalism (Virginia, 1992).
Kull, Andrew, The Color-Blind
Constitution (Harvard, 1992).
Kushner, Howard I., "Suicide,
Gender, and the Fear of Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Medical and Social
Thought,'' Journal of Social History, 26 (1993), 461-90.
Leslie, Stuart W., The Cold
War and American Science: The Military-Industrial-Academic Complex at
MIT and Stanford (Columbia, 1993).
Leupp, Gary P., Servants,
Shophands, and Laborers in the Cities of Tokugawa Japan (Princeton,
Levine, Lawrence W., "The Folklore
of Industrial Society: Popular Culture and Its Audiences,'' with comments
by Robin D.G. Kelley, Natalie Zemon Davis, and T.J. Jackson Lears, American
Historical Review, 97 (1992), 1369-1430.
________, "The Historical Odyssey
of Nathan Irvin Huggins,'' Radical History Review, #55 (Winter
Lewis, Jane and Gertrude Aström,
"Equality, Difference, and State Welfare: Labor Market and Family Policies
in Sweden,'' Feminist Studies, 18 (1992), 59-87.
Lichtenstein, Alex, "Good Roads
and Chain Gangs in the Progressive South: 'The Negro Convict is a Slave,'''
Journal of Southern History, 59 (1993), 85-110.
Lichtenstein, Nelson, and Howell
John Harris, eds., Industrial Democracy in America (Cambridge,
Linebaugh, Peter, The London
Hanged: Crime and Civil Society in the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge,
Lyon, Danny, Memories of
the Southern Civil Rights Movement (North Carolina, 1993).
Maier, Pauline, "The Revolutionary
Origins of the American Corporation,'' William & Mary Quarterly,
50 (1993), 51-84.
Mangione, Jerre and Ben Morreale,
La Storia: Five Centuries of the Italian-American Experience (HarperCollins,
Marchand, Roland, "The Corporation
Nobody Knew: Bruce Barton, Alfred Sloan, and the Founding of the General
Motors 'Family,''' Business History Review, 65 (1991), 825-75.
Margadant, Ted W., Urban
Rivalries in the French Revolution (Princeton, 1992).
"Marxism After Communism,''
a special issue of Rethinking Marxism, 5:2 (Summer '92).
Matsumoto, Valerie, Farming
the Home Place: A Japanese American Community in California, 1919-1982
Maynes, Mary Jo, "Autobiography
and Class Formation in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Methodological Considerations,''
Social Science History, 16 (1992) 517-37.
McDermott, John, "History in
the Present: Contemporary Debates About Capitalism,'' Science & Society,
56 (1992), 291-323.
McMath, Robert C., American
Populism: A Social History, 1877-1898 ((Hill & Wang, 1993).
Meier, August and John H. Bracey,
Jr., "The NAACP as a Reform Movement, 1909-1965: 'To read the conscience
of America,''' Journal of Southern History, 59 (1993), 3-30.
Melling, Joseph, "Welfare Capitalism
and the Origins of Welfare States: British Industry, Workplace Welfare
and Social Reform, c. 1870-1914,'' Social History, 17 (1992), 453-78.
Melton, Edgar, "Household Economies
and Communal Conflicts on a Russian Serf Estate, 1800-1817,'' Journal
of Social History, 26 (1993), 559-86.
Mendes, Chico, "Defence of Life,''
Journal of Peasant Studies, 20 (1992), 160-76.
Meyer, Leisa D., "Creating G.I.
Jane: The Regulation of Sexuality and Sexual Behavior in the Women's Army
Corps during World War II,'' Feminist Studies, 18 (1992), 581-692.
Meyer, Stephen, "Stalin over
Wisconsin'': The Making and Unmaking of a Militant Unionism, 1900-1950
Meyerowitz, Joanne, "Beyond
the Feminine Mystique: A Reassessment of Postwar Mass Culture, 1946-1958,''
Journal of American History, 79 (1993), 1455-82.
Miller, Sally M., "Philip Foner
and 'Integrating' Women into Labor History,'' Labor History, 33
Morgan, Dan, Rising in the
West: An "Okie'' Family and the Origins of the New Populism (Knopf,
Morgan, Lynda J., Emancipation
in Virginia's Tobacco Belt, 1850-1870 (Georgia, 1992).
"Motherhood, Race and the State
in the Twentieth Century,'' special issue of Gender & History,
Myers, Norma, "In Search of
the Invisible: British Black Family and Community,'' Slavery & Abolition,
13 (1992), 156-80.
Nelson-Pallmeyer, Jack, Brave
New World Order: Must We Pledge Allegiance? (Orbis Books, 1992).
Ollman, Bertell, Dialectical
Investigations (Routledge, 1993).
Owsley, Beatrice Rodriguez,
Hispanic Americans: An Oral History of the American Dream (Twayne,
Philipsen, Dirk, We Were
the People: Voices from East Germany's Revolutionary Autumn of 1989
Piven, Frances Fox, "Reforming
the Welfare State,'' Socialist Review, , 22:3 (July-Sept. '92),
"The Politics of Ethnic Construction:
Hispanic, Chicano, Latino . . . ?'' special issue of Latin American
Perspectives, No. 75 (Fall '92).
Posadskaya, Anastasia, "Self-Portrait
of a Russian Feminist,'' New Left Review, #195 (Sept.-Oct. '92),
Pursell, Carroll, "'Am I a Lady
or an Engineer?' The Origins of the Women's Engineering Society in Britain,
1918-1940,'' Technology and Culture, 34 (1993), 78-97.
"Religion and History,'' special
issue of Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 23 (Winter '93).
"Reproductive Rights under Siege,''
special section in Radical America, 24:2 (April-June 1990), 25-73.
"Resistance against the Third
Reich,'' special supplement to the Journal of Modern History, 64
Risech, Flavio, "After the Cold
War: U.S. Cuba Policy and the Cuban American Community,'' Radical America,
24:3 (July-Sept. '90), 28-33.
Robertson, Claire, "Traders
and Urban Struggle: Ideology and the Creation of a Militant Female Underclass
in Nairobi, 1960-1990,'' Journal of Women's History, 4:3 (Winter
Robinson, Cedric, "C.L.R. James
and the World-System, Race & Class, 34 (Oct.-Dec. '92), 49-62.
Rogers, Alan, "'Under Sentence
of Death': The Movement to Abolish Capital Punishment in Massachusetts,
1835-1849,'' New England Quarterly, 66 (1993), 27-46.
Rogin, Michael, "Making America
Home: Racial Masquerade and Ethnic Assimilation in the Transition to Talking
Pictures,'' Journal of American History, 79 (1992), 1050-77.
Romer, Christina D., "What Ended
the Great Depression?'' Journal of Economic History, 52 (1992),
Ruderman, David B., ed., Preachers
of the Italian Ghetto (California, 1992).
Ryerson, Kathryn L., "The Adolescent
Apprentice/Worker in Medieval Montpellier,'' Journal of Family History,
17 (1992), 353-70.
Schafer, Daniel L., "'A Class
of People Neither Freemen nor Slaves': From Spanish to American Race Relations
in Florida, 1821-1861,'' Journal of Social History, 26 (1993),
Schellekens, Jona, "Wages, Secondary
Workers, and Fertility: A Working-Class Perspective of the Fertility Transition
in England and Wales,'' Journal of Family History, 18 (1993), 1-18.
Schniedewind, Karen, "Migrants
Returning to Bremen: Social Structure and Motivations, 1850 to 1914,''
Journal of American Ethnic History, 12 Winter '93), 35-55.
Schultz, Ronald, The Republic
of Labor: Philadelphia Artisans and the Politics of Class, 1720-1830
Schwartz, Stuart B., Slaves,
Peasants, and Rebels: Reconsidering Brazilian Slavery (Illinois, 1992).
Seed, John, "Capital and Class
Formation in Early Industrial England,'' Social History, 18 (1993),
Seidman, Gay W., "'No Freedom
without the Women': Mobilization and Gender in South Africa, 1970-1992,''
Signs, 18 (1993), 291-320.
Shore, Elliott, Ken Fones-Wolf,
and James Danky, eds., The German-American Radical Press: The Shaping
of a Left Political Tradition, 1850-1940 (Illinois, 1992).
Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll, "Dis-Covering
the Subject of the 'Great Constitutional Debate,' 1786-1789,'' Journal
of American History, 79 (1992), 841-73.
Sonenshein, Raphael J., Politics
in Black and White: Race and Power in Los Angeles (Princeton, 1993).
Spalding, Hobart A., "The Two
Latin-American Foreign Policies of the U.S. Labor Movement: AFL-CIO Top
Brass Vs. Rank-and-File,'' Science & Society, 56 (1992-93), 421-39.
Steinberg, Stephen, "Et Tu Brute:
The Liberal Betrayal of the Black Liberation Struggle,'' Reconstruction
Steinmetz, George, "Reflections
on the Role of Social Narratives in Working-Class Formation: Narrative
Theory in the Social Sciences,'' Social Science History, 16 (1992),
Stock, Catherine McNicol, Main
Street in Crisis: The Great Depression and the Old Middle Class on the
Northern Plains (North Carolina, 1992).
Streeten, Paul, "What's Left?
or: What Does it Mean to be a Socialist Today?'' Review of Black Political
Economy, 21 (Summer '92), 5-18.
Swan, Robert J., "John Teasman:
African-American Educator and the Emergence of Community in Early Black
New York City, 1787-1815,'' Journal of the Early American Republic,
12 (1992), 331-56.
Teitelbaum, Kenneth, Schooling
for "Good Rebels'': Socialist Education for Children in the United States,
1900-1920 (Temple, 1993).
Thompson, E.P., Customs in
Common: Studies in Traditional Popular Culture (New Press, 1992).
"Tradition and the Working Class,''
special issue of International Labor and Working Class History,
No. 42 (Fall 1992).
Turbin, Carole, Working Women
of Collar City: Gender, Class, and Community in Troy, 1864-86 (Illinois,
Usborne, Cornelie, The Politics
of the Body in Weimar Germany: Women's Reproductive Rights and Duties
Usher, Graham, "Palestinian
Women, the intifada and the state of independence: An Interview
with Rita Giacaman,'' Race & Class, 34 (Jan.-Mar. '93), 31-44.
van Riel, Arthur, and Arthur
Schram, "Weimar Economic Decline, Nazi Economic Recovery, and the Stabilization
of Political Dictatorship,'' Journal of Economic History, 53 (1993),
Vargas, Zaragosa, Proletarians
of the North: Mexican Industrial Workers in Detroit and the Midwest, 1917-1933
Vasey, Ruth, "Foreign Parts:
Hollywood's Global distribution and the Representation of Ethnicity,''
American Quarterly, 44 (1992), 617-42.
Vicinus, Martha, "'They Wonder
to Which Sex I Belong': The Historical Roots of the Modern Lesbian Identity,''
Feminist Studies, 18 (1992), 467-98.
Warner, Lee H., Free Men
in an Age of Servitude: Three Generations of a Black Family (Kentucky,
Weber, David J., The Spanish
Frontier in North America (Yale, 1992).
Wegs, J. Robert, "Working-Class
'Adolescence' in Austria, 1890-1930,'' Journal of Family History, 17
Wei, William, The Asian American
Movement (Temple, 1993).
Werner, Harold, Fighting
Back: A Memoir of Jewish Resistance in World War II (Columbia, 1993).
"Western Women's History Revisited,''
special issue of Pacific Historical Review, 61:4 (Nov. '92).
White, Dan S., Lost Comrades:
Socialists of the Front Generation, 1918-1945 (Harvard, 1992).
White, Richard, "Discovering
Nature in North America,'' Journal of American History, 79 (1992),
Whitman, T. Stephen, "Industrial
Slavery at the Margin: The Maryland Chemical Works,'' Journal of Southern
History, 59 (1993), 31-62.
Williams, Alan, "Patterns of
Conflict in Eighteenth-Century Parisian Families,'' Journal of Family
History, 18 (1993), 39-52.
Wood, Gordon S., The Radicalism
of the American Revolution (Knopf, 1992).
Woodruff, Nan Elizabeth, "African-American
Struggle for Citizenship in the Arkansas and Mississippi Deltas in the
Age of Jim Crow,'' Radical History Review, #55 (Winter '93), 33-52.
Youngblood, Denise J., Movies
for the Masses: Popular Cinema and the Soviet Society in the 1920s
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