Booklist - Workers' Struggles

(See also these related booklists: British History - Pre 20th Century, Miners and Miners' Strikes, Trade Unions, USA - Work & Workers' Movements, The Peterloo Massacre, 16 August 1819, ).

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There are 38 books in this booklist - they are listed in order of year of publication. Newest titles are at the top. (We may not have all of them in stock right now, get in touch to find out)

Women And The American Labor Movement by Philip S. Foner, £21.99 (paperback, 2018) ISBN 9781608469215

Harry Constable: In His Own Words by Bill Hunter, £10.00 (paperback, 2017) ISBN 9780954207755

Where are the Unions? Workers and Social Movements in Latin America, the Middle East and Europe by Sian Lazar (Editor), £19.99 (paperback, 2017) ISBN 9781783609895

Grunwick: The Workers' Story by Jack Dromey and Graham Taylor, £12.00 (paperback, 2016) ISBN 9781910448946

Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy by Grace Chang, £13.99 (paperback, 2016) ISBN 9781608465286

Bananeras: Women Transforming the Banana Unions of Latin America by Dana Frank, £11.99 (paperback, 2016) ISBN 9781608465354

Dixie be Damned: 300 Years of Insurrection in the American South by Neal Shirley and Saralee Stafford, £16.00 (paperback, 2015) ISBN 9781849352079

The Crusades of Cesar Chavez: A Biography by Miriam Pawel, £14.99 (paperback, 2015) ISBN 9781608197132

Blacklisted: The Secret War Between Big Business and Union Activists by Dave Smith and Phil Chamberlain, £9.99 (paperback, 2015) ISBN 9781780262574

The Immigrant War: A Global Movement Against Discrimination and Exploitation by Vittorio Longhi, £11.99 (paperback, 2014) ISBN 9781447305897

Strike for America by Micah Uetricht, £8.99 (paperback, 2014) ISBN 9781781683255

Blood on Steel: Chicago Steelworkers and the Strike of 1937 by Michael Dennis, £13.00 (paperback, 2014) ISBN 9781421410180

Big Jim: Jim Larkin and the 1913 Lockout by Rory McConville, illustrated by Paddy Lynch, £13.99 (paperback, 2013) ISBN 9781847173065

Jobs with Justice: 25 Years, 25 Voices by Eric Larson (Editor), £11.99 (paperback, 2013) ISBN 9781604867466

We are Going to Kill Each Other Today: The Marikana Story by T. Jika, S. Mosamo, L. Sadiki, A. Saba, F.Dlangamandla and L. Ledwaba, £15.95 (paperback, 2013) ISBN 9780624063452

Dublin 1913: Lockout & Legacy by Gary Granville, £8.99 (paperback, 2013) ISBN 9781847173614

Hungary 1930 and the Forgotten History of a Mass Protest by Bob Dent, £13.95 (paperback, 2012) ISBN 9780850366594

Bad News: The Wapping Dispute by John Lang & Graham Dodkins, Foreword by Tony Benn, £15.00 (paperback, 2011) ISBN 9780851247960

Fields of Resistance: The Struggle of Florida's Agricultural Workers for Justice by Silvia Giagnoni, £14.99 (paperback, 2011) ISBN 9781608460939

Striking a Light: The Bryant and May Matchwomen and Their Place in History by Louise Raw, foreword by Sheila Rowbotham, £19.99 (paperback, 2011) ISBN 9781441114266

Black Power at Work: Community Control, Affirmative Action, and the Construction Industry by David Goldberg and Trevor Griffey (Editors), £18.95 (paperback, 2010) ISBN 9780801474316

Occupy! A Short History of Worker's Occupations by Dave Sherry, £6.99 (paperback, 2010) ISBN 9781905192625

Breaking Their Chains: Mary Macarthur and the Chainmakers' Strike of 1910 by Tony Barnsley, £6.99 (paperback, 2010) ISBN 9781905192649

When Miners March by William C. Blizzard, £19.99 (paperback, 2010) ISBN 9781604863000

Tracing Your Labour Movement Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians by Mark Crail, £12.99 (paperback, 2009) ISBN 9781848840591

Preston Cotton Martyrs: The Millworkers Who Shocked a Nation by Jim S. Leigh, £9.99 (paperback, 2008) ISBN 9781874181453

Exploited: Migrant Labour in the New Global Economy by Toby Shelley, £20.99 (paperback, 2008) ISBN 9781842778524

Live Working or Die Fighting: How the Working Class Went Global by Paul Mason, £9.99 (paperback, 2008) ISBN 9780099492887

New Labour/Hard Labour? Restructuring and Resistance Inside the Welfare Industry by Gerry Mooney & Alex Law (editors), £25.99 (paperback, 2007) ISBN 9781861348333

Custom and Conflict in ‘The Land of the Gael’: Ballachulish, 1900-1910 by Neville Kirk, £15.95 (hardback, 2007) ISBN 9780850365702

The Key to My Cell by Des Warren, £10.00 (paperback, 2007) ISBN 9780954207731

Iran on the Brink: Rising Workers and Threats of War by Andreas Malm and Shora Esmailian, £24.99 (paperback, 2007) ISBN 9780745326030

Ramparts of Resistance: How Workers Lost Their Power and How to Get It Back by Sheila Cohen, £26.99 (paperback, 2006) ISBN 9780745315294

Thirty Years in a Turtle-Neck Sweater by Nick Warren, £12.99 (paperback, 2006) ISBN 0091908825

Wobblies! A Graphic History of the Industrial Workers of the World by Paul Buhle & Nicole Schulman (editors), £19.95 (paperback, 2005) ISBN 1844675254

The London Years by Rudolf Rocker, £14.99 (paperback, 2004) ISBN 0907123309

May Day: a Short History of the International Workers' Holiday by Philip S. Foner, £10.99 (paperback, 2002) ISBN 0717806243

Argentina - From Anarchism to Peronism: Workers, Unions and Politics, 1855-1985 by Ronnie Munck, with Ricardo Falcon and Bernardo Galitelli, £15.99 (paperback, 1987) ISBN 9780862325718