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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DETROIT HISTORY, POLITICS AND CULTURE Thomas Klug, compiler Marygrove College

ORGANIZED LABOR AND THE WORKING CLASS

PUBLISHED WORKS Amberg, Stephen. “The Triumph of Industrial Orthodoxy: The Collapse of Studebaker-Packard.” In On the Line: Essays in the History of Auto Work, eds. Nelson Lichtenstein and Stephen Meyer, 190218. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press,1989 Anderson, Carlotta R. All-American Anarchist: Joseph A. Labadie and the Labor Movement. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1998. Anderson, John W. "How I Became Part of the Labor Movement." In Rank and File: Personal Histories by Working-Class Organizers, ed. Alice and Staughton Lynd, Boston: Beacon Press, 1973. Andrew, William. "Factionalism and Anti-Communism: Ford Local 600." Labor History 20 (Spring 1979): 227-55. Asher, Robert. “The 1949 Ford Speedup Strike and the Post War Social Compact, 1946-1961.” In Autowork,eds. Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth, 127-54. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995. Asher, Robert and Ronald Edsforth. “A Half Century of Struggle: Auto Workers Fighting for Justice.” In Auto Work, eds. Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth, 1-38. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995 Avery, Donald H. "Canadian Workers and American Immigration Restriction: A Case of the Windsor Commuters, 1924-1931." Mid-America 80 (Fall 1998): 235-263. Babson, Steve and Huberto Juarez Nunez, eds. Confronting Change: Auto Labor and Lean Production in North America. Puebla, Mexico: Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, 1998. Babson, Steve, ed. Lean Work: Empowerment and Exploitation in the Global Auto Industry. Detroit: Wayne State University Press,1995. Babson, Steve. Working Detroit: The Making of a Union Town. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1986. Babson, Steve. Building the Union: Skilled Workers and Anglo-Gaelic Immigrants in the Rise of the UAW. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1991. Babson, Steve. “Restructuring the Workplace: Post-Fordism or the Return of the Foreman?” In Autowork, eds. Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth, 227-56. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995. Babson, Steve. "Pointing the Way: The Role of British and Irish Skilled Tradesmen in the Rise of the


UAW." Detroit In Perspective 7 (Spring 1983): 75-96. Bailer, Lloyd H. "The Negro Automobile Worker." Journal of Political Economy 51 (October 1943): 41528. Bailer, Lloyd H. "The Automobile Unions and Negro Labor." Political Science Quarterly 59 (December 1944): 548-77. Barnard, John. Walter Reuther and the Rise of the Auto Workers. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co., 1983. Barnard, John. “Rebirth of the United Automobile Workers: The General Motors Tool and Diemakers Strike of 1939.” Labor History 27 (Spring 1986): 165-87. Baskin, Alex. "The Ford Hunger March--1932." Labor History 13 (Summer 1972): 331- 60. Bernstein, Barton. "Walter Reuther and the General Motors Strike of 1945-1946." Michigan History 49 (September 1965): 260-77. Bernstein, Irving. Turbulent Yeas: A History of the American Worker, 1933-1941. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970. Boggs, James. American Revolution: Pages from a Negro Worker’s Notebook. New York: Montly Review Press, 1963. Boggs, Grace Lee. Living for Change: An Autobiography. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1998 Bonosky, Phillip. Brother Bill McKie: Building the Union at Ford. New York: International Publishers, 1953. Boryczka, Ray. "Militancy and Factionalism in the United Auto Workers Union, 1937-1941." Maryland Historian 8 (Fall 1977): 13-25. Boryczka, Ray. "Seasons of Discontent: Auto Union Factionalism and the Motor Products Strike of 19351936." Michigan History 61 (Spring 1977): 3-32. Boyle, Kevin and Victoria Getis. Muddy Boots and Ragged Aprons: Images of Working- Class Detroit, 1900-1930. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1997. Boyle, Kevin. The UAW and the Heyday of American Liberalism, 1945-1968. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995. Boyle, Kevin. “The Kiss: Racial and Gender Conflict in a 1950s Automobile Factory.” Journal of American History 84 (September1997): 496-523. Boyle, Kevin. “’There Are No Union Sorrows That the Union Can’t Heal’: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the United Automobile Workers, 1940-1960.” Labor History 36 (Winter1995): 5-23. Boyle, Kevin. “Auto Workers at War: Patriotism and Protest in the American Automobile Industry, 19391945.” In Autowork, ed. Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth, 99-126. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995. Boyle, Kevin. “Rite of Passage: The 1939 General Motors Tool and Die Strike.” Labor History 27 (Spring 1986): 188-203.


Calkins, Fay. The CIO and the Democratic Party. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1952. (Ch. 6, Detroit) Chinoy, Ely. Automobile Workers and the American Dream. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1955. Clive, Alan. State of War: Michigan in World War II. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1979. Clive, Alan. "Women Workers in World War II: Michigan as a Test Case." Labor History 20 (Winter 1979): 44-72. Cole, Robert E. Work, Mobility, and Participation: A Comparative Study of American and Japanese Industry. University of California Press, 1979. (Detroit & Yokohama) Cooper, Patricia A. Once a Cigar Maker: Men, Women, and Work Culture in American Cigar Factories, 1900-1919. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1987. (Detroit, pp. 189-98) Cort, John. "The Association of Catholic Trade Unionists and the Auto Workers." U.S. Catholic Historian 9 (Fall 1990): 335-51. De Matteo, Arthur E. "Organized Labor versus the Mayor: The Detroit Federation of Labor and the Revised City Charter of 1914." Michigan Historical Review 21 (Fall 1995): 63-92. Denby, Charles. Indignant Heart: A Black Worker's Journal. 1952; repr., Boston: South

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Deskins, Donald R., Jr. “Race, Residence, and Workplace in Detroit, 1880 to 1965.” Economic Geography 48 (January 1972): 79-94. Dollinger, Sol and Genora Johnson Dollinger. Not Automatic: Women and the Left in the Forging of the Auto Workers’ Union. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2000. Dunn, Robert W. Labor and Automobiles. New York: International Publishers, 1929. Edsforth, Ronald. Class Conflict and Cultural Consensus: The Making of a Mass Consumer in Flint, Michigan. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1987. Edsforth, Ronald. “Why Automation Didn’t Shorten the Work Week: The Politics of Work Time in the Automobile Industry.” In Autowork, eds. Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth, 155-80. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995. Edsforth, Ronald and Robert Asher, with the collaboration of Raymond Boryczka. “The Speedup: The Focal Point of Workers’ Grievances, 1919-1941.” In Autowork, eds. Robert Asher and Ronald Edsforth, 65-98. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1995. El-Messidi, Kathy Groehn. The Bargain: The Story Behind the 30-Year Honeymoon of GM and the UAW. New York: Nellen Pub., 1980. Ewen, Lynda Ann. Corporate Power and Urban Crisis in Detroit. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1978 Feldman, Richard and Michael Betzold, ed. End of the Line: Autoworkers and the American Dream. New York: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1988. Fine, Lisa. “Our Big Factory Family: Masculinity and Paternalism at the Reo Motor Car Lansing, Michigan.” Labor History 34 (Spring-Summer 1993): 274-91.

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Geschwender, James A. Class, Race, and Worker Insurgency: The League of Revolutionary Black Workers. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1977. Geschwender, James A. "The League of Revolutionary Black Workers: Problems of Confronting Black Marxist-Leninist Organizations." Journal of Ethnic Studies 2 (Fall 1974): 1-23. Georgakas, Dan and Marvin Surkin. Detroit: I Do Mind Dying. A Study in Urban Revolution. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1975. Georgakas, Dan and Marvin Surkin. "Niggermation in Auto: Company Policy and the Rise of the Black Caucuses." Radical America 8 (January/February 1975): 31-56. Gersuny, Carl and Gladis Kaufman. “Seniority and the Moral Economy of U.S. Automobile Workers, 1934-1946.” Journal of Social History 18 (Spring 1985): 463-75. Glaberman, Martin. Wartime Strikes: The Struggle Against the No-Strike Pledge in the UAW During World War II. Detroit: Bewick Editions, 1980. Glaberman, Martin. "Black Cats, White Cats, Wildcats: Auto Workers in Detroit." Radical America 8 (January/February 1975): 25-29. Glaberman, Martin. "The Left in the Detroit Labour Movement." Labour/Le Travail 26 (Fall 1990): 16570. Glazer, Sidney. "The Michigan Labor Movement." Michigan History 29 (January-March 1945): 73-83 Gomberg, William and Arthur B. Shostak, eds. Blue Collar World: Studies of the American Worker. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1964. Goode, Bill. Infighting in the UAW: The 1946 Election and the Ascendancy of Walter Reuther. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. Greenstone, J. David. A Report on the Politics of Detroit: Cambridge, MA, 1961 Greenstone, J. David. Labor in American Politics. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. (Detroit, pp. 11040) Halpern, Martin. “`I’m Fighting for Freedom’: Coleman Young, HUAC, and the Detroit African American Community.” Journal of American Ethnic History 17 (Fall 1997): 19-38. Halpern, Martin. UAW Politics in the Cold War Era. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1988. Halpern, Martin. "The Politics of Auto Union Factionalism: The Michigan CIO in the Cold War Era." Michigan Historical Review 13 (Fall 1987): 51-73. Harris, Howell John. The Right to Manage: Industrial Relations Policies of American Business in the 1940s. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1982. Hatton, Timothy J. and Jeffrey G. Williamson. "Unemployment, Employment Contracts, and Compensating Wage Differentials: Michigan in the 1890s." Journal of Economic History 51 (September 1991): 605-32 Hill, T. Arnold. "The Negro and the CIO." Opportunity (August 1937): 243-44 Hooker, Clarence. Life in the Shadows of the Crystal Palace, 1910-1927: Ford Workers in the Model T


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