In the first book-length history of the Italian American syndicalist movement--the Italian Socialist Federation--Michael Miller Topp presents a new way of understanding the Progressive Era labor movement in relation to migration, transnationalism, gender, and class identity. Those without a Country demonstrates that characterizations of "old" (pre-1960s) social movements as predominantly class-based are vastly oversimplified--and contribute to current debates about the implications of identity politics for the American ...

Those Without a Country 2001, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780816636495

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