Labour at the Lakehead: Ethnicity, Socialism, and Politics, 1900-35
By: Michel S. Beaulieu (author)Hardback
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This book will be of interest to historians, sociologists, political
scientists, and anyone who wants a deeper understanding of
Canada's leftist tradition.
Michel S. Beaulieu is the director of the Centre for Northern Studies and an associate professor of history at Lakehead University.
Introduction Part 1: The Roots of Revolution? 1 Early Socialist Organizations at the Lakehead, 1900-14 2 Repression, Revitalization, and Revolutions, 1914-18 Part 2: From Winnipeg to the Workers' Unity League 3 "The Hog Only Harms Himself if He Topples His Trough": The One Big Union, 1919-22 4 "Into the Masses!": The Communist Party of Canada at the Lakehead, 1922-25 5 Bolshevization and the Reorganization of the Lakehead Left, 1925-27 6 Turning to the Left, 1928-30 Part 3: The Great Depression and the Third Period 7 "Class against Class": Socialist Activities, 1930-32 8 Wobbly Relations: The Communist Party of Canada, the Industrial Workers of the World, and the Lakehead, 1932-35 Epilogue: 1935 Notes Bibliography Index
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