1880-1940 Anarchism and the Labor Movement


1886-1887 A State Crime: Haymarket

The Haymarket event, when a bomb was thrown in Chicago in May 1886, and its aftermath, the trial and execution of anarchists, is sometimes (...)


POZZETTA, George E. "Immigrants and Radicals in Tampa, Florida"

The Florida Historical Quarterly, Vol. 57, No. 3 (Jan., 1979), pp. 337-348.

POZZETTA, George E. "Italian Radicals in Tampa, Florida : A Research Note"

International Labor and Working Class History, # 22,Fall 1982, pp. 77-81.

WELLBROOK, Christopher. "Seething with the Ideal: Galleanisti and Class Struggle in Late Nineteenth-Century and Early Twentieth-Century USA"

WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society · Volume 12 · (September 2009) · pp. 403–420. Author’s Abstract It is the purpose of this article to (...)

GOYENS, Tom. Beer and Revolution. The German Anarchist Movement in New York City, 1880-1914

University of Illinois Press, 2007. 296 pages. 6 x 9 in. Illust.: 27 photographs, 2 Line Drawings, 15 Maps/Graphs. Cloth. (...)

WEINBERG, Chaim Leib. Forty Years in the Struggle: The Memoirs of a Jewish Anarchist

Translated by Naomi Cohen Edited and annotated by Robert P. Helms Jointly published by Wooden Shoe Books & Robert P. Helms (...)

SALERNO, Salvatore. "Paterson’s Italian Anarchist Silk Workers and the Politics of Race "

Aspects généraux

SHEPHERD, Naomi. " ’I Need a Violent Strike’ : Rose Pesotta and American Jewish Immigrant Unionists"

in A PRICE BELOW RUBIES: JEWISH WOMEN AS REBELS AND RADICALS? Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1993. Reference provided by Mr. Arieh Lebowitz, (...)

ANTLER, Joyce. "Radical Politics and Labor Organizing", [on Emma Goldman, Rose Pastor Stokes, Rose Pesotta and Rose Schneiderman]

in The Journey Home: Jewish Women and the American Century. New York: Free Press, 1997. Reference provided by Mr. Arieh Lebowitz, Communications (...)