1992 - 3

Articles in this issue

  • From pauperism to social policy: towards a historical theory of social policy
    Pages: 329 - 349
  • The power of shop culture: the labour process in the New Zealand railway workshops, 1890-1930
    Pages: 350 - 375
  • "Equal Rights for all Civilized Men": Elite Africans and the Quest for "European" Liquor in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1924-1961
    Pages: 376 - 397
  • [Review essay]
    Anarchism, revolution and civil war in Spain: the challenge of social history
    Pages: 398 - 404
  • [Book Review by Richard Hyman]
    Competitive Advantage on the Shop Floor. (1990)
    Pages: 405 - 407
  • [Book Review by Mary H. Blewett]
    Dishing it out. Waitresses and their unions in the twentieth century. (1991)
    Pages: 408 - 410
  • [Book Review by Fritjof Tichelman]
    An age in motion. Popular radicalism in Java, 1912-1926. (1990)
    Pages: 410 - 413
  • [Book Review by James Wickham]
    The German communists and the rise of nazism. (1991)
    Pages: 414 - 416
  • Bibliography
    Pages: 417 - 442
  • [News of the Profession]
    Pages: 443 - 445
  • Résumés
    Pages: 446 - 447
  • Zusammenfassungen
    Pages: 447 - 448
  • Resúmenes
    Pages: 449 - 450
  • Notes on Contributors
    Page: 451