Ambivalent solidarities: homeworkers, needlework unions, and the ILGWU in Puerto Rico, 1930-1940

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 2001 - 292 pages
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Contents

Labor and the Political Economy of Needlework
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Gender Radicalism and Unionism in the Puerto
46
Ambivalent Solidarity The International Ladies
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