Volume 2, Issue 3, SPRING 1989

ISSN: 0891-4486 (Print) 1573-3416 (Online)

In this issue (14 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Editors' note

    Page 307
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    History as Social Process: Theory and Praxis

    Social history and conceptual history

    Reinhart Koselleck Pages 308-325
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    History as Social Process: Theory and Praxis

    “Making” history: The Vikings in the American Heartland

    Michael W. Hughey, Michael G. Michlovic Pages 338-360
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    Racism and the making of the American working class

    Steven Shulman Pages 361-366
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    The new labor history and the historical moment

    Nell Irvin Painter Pages 367-370
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    History making and politics

    David Roediger Pages 371-372
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    Workers versus Unions in the coal industry

    Martin Glaberman Pages 373-377
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    Black workers ambivalence toward Unions

    Francille Rusan Wilson Pages 378-381
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    In defense of gutman; The Union's case

    Stephen Brier Pages 382-395
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    Herbert G. Gutman as labor historian

    Irving Bernstein Pages 396-399
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    Labor, Race and the Gutman Thesis: Responses to Herbert Hill

    The Gutman school; At what intellectual price

    Albert Fried Pages 400-403
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    F. Ferrarotti on Mass Media and Modern Society: a Symposium

    Mass communication and our relation to the present and past

    Kurt Lang Pages 404-413
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    F. Ferrarotti on Mass Media and Modern Society: a Symposium

    The elusive mass media

    David L. Altheide Pages 414-419