Labour / Le Travail 48


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Introduction: The Year 2000 and the Deaths of Three Who Made Labour History

Bryan D. Palmer
Marcel Pepin: La fidélité, l'affaire de toute une vie
Michel Rioux
Norman Feltes: An OCAP Appreciation
John Clarke
Jack Scott: A Revolutionary Life
Bryan D. Palmer



Class Difference and the Reformation of Ontario Public Hopsitals, 1900-1935: "Make Every Effort to Satisfy the Tastes of the Well-to-Do"

James M. Wishart
Feminism as a Class Act: Working Class Feminism and the Women's Movement in Canada
Meg Luxton
Us and Them: The Prince Rupert Fisherman's Co-op and Organized Labour, 1931-1989
Charles Menzies



Sur les notions de travail et de citoyenneté à l'heure de la précarité
Jacques Hamel



The New Prince in a New Principality: OCAP and the Toronto Poor
Norman Feltes


Notes and Documents

The Arthur Webb Storey 1885-1964

Jeff Webb
A Canadian in Lowell: Labour, Manhood and Independence in the Early Industrial Era, 1840-1849