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Articles in this issue

  • The path not taken: the anarchist alternative in Chinese Socialism, 1921-1927
    Pages: 1 - 41
  • [Suggestions and debates]
    "Rank and filism": in British Labour history: a critique
    Pages: 42 - 61
  • [Suggestions and debates]
    "What's in a name?": workplace history and "rank and filism"
    Pages: 62 - 77
  • [Suggestions and debates]
    The "rank and file" in the social history of the working class
    Pages: 78 - 88
  • [Suggestions and debates]
    "Rank and Filism" and Labour History: A Rejoinder to Price and Cronin
    Pages: 89 - 102
  • [Review essay]
    Foundations for a qualitative comparative method [review of Charles C. Ragin The comparative method: moving beyond qualitative and quantitative strategies (1987)]
    Pages: 103 - 109
  • [Review essay]
    Reinterpreting Kautsky
    Pages: 110 - 116
  • [Book Review by Charles Tilly]
    Centre formation, protest movements and class structure in Europe and the United States. (1987)
    Pages: 117 - 120
  • [Book Review by Ronaldo Munck]
    Working-class formation: nineteenth-century patterns in Western Europe and the United States. (1986)
    Pages: 120 - 122
  • [Book Review by Christi Boerdam]
    Industry and devotion: the transformation of women's work in England, 1500-1660. (1987)
    Pages: 122 - 124
  • [Book Review by Richard Rathbone]
    South Africa's city of diamonds: mine workers and monopoly capitalism in Kimberley, 1867-1895. (1987)
    Pages: 124 - 126
  • [Book Review by Rex A. Wade]
    Alexander Kerensky: the first love of the Revolution. (1987)
    Pages: 126 - 128
  • [Book Review by Eberhard Kolb]
    Gustav Noske: eine politische Biographie. (1987)
    Pages: 128 - 130
  • [Book Review by Samuel Farber]
    Castro and the Cuban Labor movement: statecraft and society in a revolutionary period (1959-1961). (1987)
    Pages: 131 - 133
  • Bibliography
    Pages: 134 - 181
  • [News of the Profession I: Institutional News]
    The Ohara Institute for Social Research
    Pages: 182 - 184
  • [News of the Profession II: Announcements]
    Pages: 184 - 186
  • Résumé
    Page: 187
  • Zusammenfassung
    Pages: 187 - 188
  • Resumen
    Page: 188
  • Notes on Contributors
    Page: 189