Civic labors: Scholar activism and working-class studies
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Minding the machine: Languages of class in early industrial America
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The American peasantry - Southern agricultural labor and its legacy, 1850-1995: A study in political economy
[Review of ]. Labor History, 41(1), 96–98.
Journeymen for Jesus: Evangelical artisans confront capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore
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Where is our responsibility? Unions and economic change in the New England textile industry, 1870-1960.
[Review of ]. Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 52(1), 148–149.
Aspirations and anxieties: New England workers and the mechanized factory system, 1815-1850
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