The Indispensable Enemy: Labor and the Anti-Chinese Movement in California

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University of California Press, 1971 - Alien labor, Chinese - 293 pages
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Contents

IDEOLOGICAL BAGGAGE
19
MINES AND RAILROADS
46
REHABILITATION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
67
THE ROAD TO REUNION
92
THE WORKINGMENS PARTY
113
WORKINGMEN AND THE SYSTEM
138
THE SOCIALIST ACADEMY
157
DEADLOCK OF LEADERSHIP
179
THE FEDERATED TRADES
201
THE PROGRESSIVE ERA
229
A FORWARD GLANCE
258
BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE
285
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Alexander Saxton, a professor emeritus of history at the University of California, Los Angeles, is also the author of The Indispenasble Enemy: Labor and Anti-Chinese Movement in California as well as several novels. He spent nearly twenty years as a merchant seaman and carpenter before launching a distinguished academic career.

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