International Review of Social History
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International Review of Social History 1, 1956
A.J.C. RÜTER, Introduction, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 1-7
Walter GALENSON, The Unionization of the American Steel Industry, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 8-40
Georges BOURGIN, Une Entente Franco-Allemande, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 41-53
W. BLUMENBERG, Ein unbekanntes Kapitel aus Marx' Leben, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 54-111
Arthur LEHNING, Buonarotti and his International Secret Societies, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 112-140
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 141-201
Edvard BULL, Autobiographies of Industrial Workers, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 203-209
Peter BROCK, The Politics of the Polish Peasant, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 210-222
Carlos M. RAMA, Les Mouvements Sociaux en Amérique Latine au XIX siècle, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 223-233
B. NICOLAEVSKY, Toward a History of "The Communist League" 1847-1852, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 234-252
Howard BECKER, Church and State in the Cosmos of Crete, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 253-295
D. FAUVEL-ROUIF, Autour d'un Colloque: Méthodes et projets de la commission cnternationale d'histoire des mouvements sociaux, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 296-300
   Program for Research in the History of the CPSU, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 300-301
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 302-376
Chushichi TSUZUKI, The "Impossibilist Revolt" in Britain. The Origins of the S.L.P. and the S.P.G.B., in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 377-397
K.P. PANKHURST, Fourierism in Britain, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 398-432
Armand CUVILLIER, Les Antagonismes de classes dans la littérature sociale française de Saint-Simon à 1848, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 433-463
Paul FRÖLICH, Bourgeoise und plebejische Revolution im Spiegel der Menschenrechte, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 464-483
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p. 484-547


International Review of Social History 2, 1957
J.E. WILLIAMS, The Political Activities of a Trade Union, 1906-1914, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 1-21
Heinz LANGERHANS, Richtungsgewerkschaft und gewerkschaftliche Autonomie 1890-1914, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 22-51
Boris SAPIR, Unknown Chapers in the History of "Vpered", in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 52-77
Royden HARRISON, British Labour and the Confederacy, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 78-105
P.H. HARDACRE, The Earl Marshal, the Heralds and the House of Commons, 1604-1641, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 106-125
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 126-186
Heinz LANGERHANS, Richtungsgewerkschaft und gewerkschaftliche Autonomie 1890-1914, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 187-208
Helmut HIRSCH, Tribun und Prophet. Moses Hess als Pariser Korrespondent der Illinois Staats-Zeitung, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 209-230
W.L. GUTTSMAN, The General Election of 1859 in the Cities of Yorkshire, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 231-258
H.J. DYOS, Urban Transformation. A Note on the Objects of Street Improvement in Regency and Early Victorian London, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 259-265
Arthur LEHNING, Buonarroti's Ideas on Communism and Dictatorship, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 266-287
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 288-349
Charles A. GULICK, Collective Bargaining or Legal Enactment? The Austrian Development (I), in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 351-371
Harvey GOLDBERG, Jaurès and the Formulation of a Socialist Peasant Policy, 1885-1898, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 372-391
Maximilien RUBEL, Les Cahiers de lecture de Karl Marx (I. 1840-1853), in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 392-420
R.F. WILLETTS, Some Elements of Continuity in the Social Life of Ancient Crete, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 421-448
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 2, 1957, p. 449-518

International Review of Social History 3, 1958
Charles A. GULICK, Collective Bargaining or Legal Enactment? The Austrian Development, II, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 1-25
W.H.G. ARMYTAGE, John Minter Morgan's Schemes, 1841-1845, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 26-42
Edmund SILBERNER, Der junge Moses Hess im Lichte bisher unerschlossener Quellen, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 43-70
Jenny SCHWARZ-SOCHOR, P.I. Pestel. The Beginnings of Jacobin Thought in Russia, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 71-96
A.N. BOSE, Evolution of Civil Society and Caste System in India, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 97-121
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 122-194
Dietrich GEYER, Die russische Parteispaltung im urteil der deutschen Sozialdemokratie 1903-1905, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 195-219
Eugen WEBER, Some Comments on the Nature of the Nationalist Revival in France before 1914, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 220-238
Edmund SILBERNER, Der junge Moses Hess im Lichte bisher unerschlossener Quellen, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 239-268
Benjamin J. KLEBANER, State and Local Immigration Regulation in the United States before 1882, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 269-295
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 296-359
M.S. VENKATARAMANI, Some Aspects of Life and Politics in the United States of America in 1932, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 361-384
Peter DODGE, Voluntaristic Socialism: An Examination of the Implications of Hendrik de Man's Ideology, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 385-417
Dietrich GEYER, Die russische Parteispaltung im urteil der deutschen Sozialdemokratie 1903-1905, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 418-444
K.S. INGLIS, The Labour Church Movement, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 445-460
Trygve R. THOLFSEN, The Chartist Crisis in Birmingham, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 461-480
   William Green Human Relations Library [Communication], in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 481
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 3, 1958, p. 482-532

International Review of Social History 4, 1959
Casimir MARTI, Le Socialisme et le Mouvement Ouvrier à Barcelone à la chute d'Isabelle II, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 1-21
Royden HARRISON, E.S. Beesly and Karl Marx, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 22-58
Royden HARRISON, E.S. Beesly and Karl Marx, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 208-238
Stanlisław SCHWANN, Die Neue Oder-Zeitung und Karl Marx als ihr Korrespondent, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 59-90
W. den BOER, Greeks and the Greeks, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 91-110
Henry PELLING; K.S. INGLIS, Readers' Comments, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 111-113
   Communication, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 114-115
William MAEHL, The Role of Russia in German Socialist Policy, 1914-18, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 177-198
M.S. WILKINS, The Non-Socialist Origins of England's First Important Socialist Organization, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 199-207
Horst LADEMACHER, Zu den Anfängen der deutschen Sozialdemokratie, 1863-1878, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 239-260
Horst LADEMACHER, Zu den Anfängen der deutschen Sozialdemokratie, 1863-1878, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 367-393
J.E.S. HAYWARD, Solidarity: The Social History of an Idea in Nineteenth Century France, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 261-284
Herbert ROTH, The Labour Churches and New Zealand, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 361-366
Casimir MARTI, La Première Internationale à Barcelone (1868-1870), in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 394-414
Leo A. LOUBÈRE, The Intellectual Origins of French Jacobin Socialism, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 415-431
R.B. ROSE, 18th-Century Price-Riots, The French Revolution and the Jacobin Maximum, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 432-445
H.R.C. WRIGHT, The Emancipation of the Opium Cultivators in Benares, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 446-460
Thomas W. AFRICA, Stoics, Cynics and the Spartan Revolution, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 461-469
D. FAUVEL-ROUIF, Un colloque international à l'Université de Strasbourg organisé par la Commission Internationale d'Histoire des Mouvements Sociaux et des Structures Sociales [Communication], in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 470-479
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 116-175
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 285-360
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p. 480-548

International Review of Social History 5, 1960
Hildamarie MEYNELL, The Stockholm Conference of 1917, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 1-25
H.D. BLOCH, The New York City Negro and Occupational Eviction 1860-1910, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 26-38
Maximilien RUBEL, Les Cahiers d'étude de Karl Marx, II, 1853-1856, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 39-76
John WEISS, Karl Marlo, Guild Socialism and the Revolution of 1848, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 77-96
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 97-164
Eugen WEBER, Un Demi-Siècle de Glissement à Droite, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 165-201
Hildamarie MEYNELL, The Stockholm Conference of 1917, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 202-225
Gaston V. RIMLINGER, The Management of Labor Protest in Tsarist Russia: 1870-1905, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 226-248
Julius BRAUNTHAL, Die Stärke der Ersten Internationale – Legende und Wirklichkeit, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 249-264
Wolfgang SCHIEDER, Wilhelm Weitling und die deutsche politische Handwerker-Lyrik im Vormärz, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 265-290
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 291-360
Lewis HERTZMAN, Gustav Stresemann: The Problem of Political Leadership in the Weimar Republic, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 361-377
Iring FETSCHER, Marxismus und Bürokratie, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 378-399
Marcel LIEBMAN, Fabianisme et Communisme: Les Webb et l'Union Soviétique, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 400-423
Royden HARRISON, The British Working Class and the General Election of 1868, I, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 424-455
A.P. CAMPANELLA, Garibaldi and the First Peace Congress in Geneva in 1867, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 456-486
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 5, 1960, p. 487-544

International Review of Social History 6, 1961
Edward R. TANNENBAUM, The Social Thought of the Action Française, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 1-18
J.E.S. HAYWARD, The Official Socialist Philosophy of the French Third Republic: Léon Bourgeois and Solidarism, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 19-48
Marcel LIEBMAN, Fabianisme et Communisme: Les Webb et l'Union Soviétique, II, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 49-73
Royden HARRISON, The British Working Class and the General Election of 1868, II, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 74-109
Thomas W. AFRICA, Aristonicus, Blossius and the City of the Sun, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 110-124
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 125-195
David COX, The Labour Party in Leicester: A Study in Branch Development, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 197-211
Carl LANDAUER, The Guesdists and the Small Farmer: Early Erosion of French Marxism, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 212-225
Trygve R. THOLFSEN, The Transition to Democracy in Victorian England, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 226-248
P. AMANN, Karl Marx, "Quarante-Huitard" Français?, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 249-255
Georg TRUBNER, Der deutsche Republikaner Johann Philipp Becker als Mitstreiter für die Erringung demokratischer Ziele in der Schweiz, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 256-276
R.B. ROSE, Eighteenth Century Price Riots and Public Polidy in England, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 277-292
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 293-352
John P. WINDMULLER, Soviet Employers in the ILO: The Experience of the 1930's, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 353-374
Basil MOGRIDGE, Militancy and Inter-Union Rivalries in British Shipping, 1911-1929, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 375-412
D.A. REEDER, The Politics of Urban Leasehold in Late Victorian England, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 413-430
Shlomo NA'AMAN, Die theoretischen Grundlagen der Aktion Lassalles im Briefwechsel mit Rodbertus, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 431-455
Edmund SILBERNER, Zwei unbekannte Briefe von Mases Hess an Heinrich Heine, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 456-462
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 6, 1961, p. 463-531

International Review of Social History 7, 1962
Jacob M. LANDAU, Les Arabes Israéliens et les élections à la quatrième Knesset, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 1-32
Robert E. DOWSE, The Independent Labour Party and Foreign Relations 1918-1923, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 33-46
Norbert J. GOSSMAN, Republicanism in Nineteenth Century England, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 47-60
Ernst SCHRAEPLER, Geheimbündelei und soziale Bewegung, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 61-92
S. BAHNE, "Die deutsche Ideologie" von Marx und Engels, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 93-104
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 105-162
Henry Egon FRIEDLANDER, Conflict of Revolutionary Authority: Provisional Government vs. Berlin Soviet, November-December 1918, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 163-176
Robert WOHL, La révolution ou la mort: Raymond Lefebvre and the Formation of the French Communist Party, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 177-202
Leo A. LOUBÈRE, The French Left-Wing Radicals, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 203-230
Dieter HERTZ-EICHENRODE, "Massenpsychologie" bei den Junghegelianern, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 231-259
Shlomo AVINERI, War and Slavery in More's Utopia, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 260-290
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 291-349
Royden HARRISON, The 10th April of Spencer Walpole: The Problem of Revolution in Relation to Reform, 1865-1867, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 351-399
Emanuel CHILL, Religion and Medicity in Seventeenth-Century France, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 400-425
Joseph O. BAYLEN, George Bernard Shaw and the Socialist League, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 426-440
Edmund SILBERNER, Zur Verfasserschaft der Berichte "Aus Deutschland" in der Genfer Espérance, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 441-445
Julien KUYPERS, Karl Marx' belgischer Freundeskreis (1845-48): Einige Notizen aus beglischen Archiven, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 446-458
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 7, 1962, p. 459-528

International Review of Social History 8, 1963
J.E.S. HAYWARD, Educational Pressure Groups and the Indoctrination of the Radical Ideology of Solidarism, 1895-1914, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 1-17
Peter T. COMINOS, Late-Victorian Sexual Respectability and the Social System, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 18-48
P.H. WINKELMAN, Rationalität und Normativer Gegendruck im wirtschaftlichen Internationalismus 1850-1950, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 49-74
John WEISS, Dialectical Idealism and the Work of Lorenz von Stein, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 75-93
W. BLUMENBERG, Einige Briefe Rosa Luxemburgs, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 94-108
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 109-176
P.J. O'FARRELL, The Russian Revolution and the Labour Movements of Australia and New Zealand, 1917-1922, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 177-197
Maxime SZTEJNBERG, La fondation du Parti Ouvrier Belge et le ralliement de la class ouvrière à l'action politique 1882-1886, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 198-215
Peter T. COMINOS, Late-Victorian Sexual Respectability and the Social System, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 216-250
M.F. Lloyd PRICHARD, Wakefield Changes his Mind about the "Sufficient Price", in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 251-269
S. BAHNE, Adoratskij an Kautsky, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 270-281
Roman ROSDOLSKY, K. Marx und sein "Privatsekretär" Th. Sanders, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 282-285
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 286-350
Walter KENDALL, Russian Emigration and British Marxist Socialism, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 351-378
Alan B. SPITZER, Anarchy and Culture: Fernand Pelloutier and the Dilemma of Revolutionary Syndicalism, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 379-388
William Henry MAEHL, Chartis Disturbances in Northeastern England, 1839, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 389-414
Wolfram FISCHER, Soziale Unterschichten im Zeitalter der Frühindustrialisierung, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 415-435
Roman ROSDOLSKY, Archivalische Miszellen über O. Bauer, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 436-446
Edmund SILBERNER, Neues Material zur Geschichte der Genfer Espérance, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 447-458
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 8, 1963, p. 459-529

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International Review of Social History 10, 1965
J.R. HOOKER, The Role of the Labour Department in the Birth of African Trade Unionism in Northern Rhodesia, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 1-22
Stephan COLTHAM, George Potter, the Junta and the Bee-Hive II, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 23-65
Peter CADOGAN, Harney and Engels, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 66-109
Werner BLUMENBERG, Marx' und Engels' Briefwechsel mit Franz Duncker [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 105-119
   Professor A.J.C. Rüter † [Nachruf; necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 187
Helmut GRUBER, Willi Münzenberg: Propagandist for and against the Comintern, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 188-210
Siegfried BAHNE, "Sozialfaschismus" in Deutschland. Zur Geschichte eines politischen Begriffs, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 211-245
Maxime SZTEJNBERG, L'interprétation belge des décisions de l'Internationale sur le ministérialisme (1909/1911), in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 246-267
Ezra MENDELSOHN, Worker Opposition in the Russian Jewish Socialist Movement from the 1890's to 1903, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 268-282
Helen P. LIEBEL, The Bourgeoisie in Southwestern Germany, 1500-1789: A Rising Class?, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 283-307
Brian PEARCE, The Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History [Communication], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 308
   Werner Blumenberg † [Nachruf, necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 354
H. VOS, Professor Rüter, the Director of the Institute [Nachruf, necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 355-359
Th.J.G. LOCHER, Rüter, the Historian [Nachruf, necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 360-364
Boris SAPIR, Jewish Socialists around Vpered, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 365-384
Aldon D. BELL, Administration and Finance of the Reform League, 1865-1867, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 385-409
Georg TRÜBNER, Johann Philipp Becker und die Revolution 1848, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 410-428
R.N. SOFFER, Attitudes and Allegiances in the Unskilled North, 1830-1850, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 429-454
Edmund SILBERNER, Ein unveröffentlichter Dialog von Moses Hess [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 455-470
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 10, 1965, p. 120-186
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International Review of Social History 11, 1966
B. van TIJN, Werner Blumenberg [obituary; Nachruf; necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 1-7
Donald I. MACKAY; David J.C. FORSYTH; David M. KELLY, The Discussion of Public Works Programmes, 1917-1935: Some Remarks on the Labour Movement's Contribution, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 8-17
F. REID, Socialist Sunday Schools in Britain, 1892-1939, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 18-47
Woodford D. MCCLELLAN, Serbia and Social Democracy, 1870-1878, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 48-72
Rolf ENGELSING, Lebenshaltungen und Lebenshaltungskosten im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert in den Hansestädten Bremen und Hamburg, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 73-107
Lewis HERTZMAN, Farmers' League and November Revolution: Two Letters of Gustav Roesicke [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 108-112
Edmund SILBERNER, Einige Manuskripte von Moses Hess [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 113-119
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 120-168
Gail L. OWEN, G.D.H. Cole's Historical Writings, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 169-196
Ursula RATZ, Karl Kautsky und die Abrüstungskontroverse in der deutschen Sozialdemokratie 1911-12, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 197-227
T.B. CALDWELL, The Syndicat des Employés du Commerce et de l'Industrie (1887-1919), in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 228-266
Marc VUILLEUMIER, Trois lettres inédites d'Ernest Cœurderoy (1849-1851) [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 267-280
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 281-334
Annie KRIEGEL, Structures d'organisation et mouvement des effectifs du Parti Communiste Français entre les deux guerres, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 335-361
E. GRUNER, Doktrinäre Auswirkungen der Ersten Internationale in der Schweiz, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 362-381
Dieter HERTZ-EICHENRODE, Karl Marx über das Bauerntum und die Bündnisfrage, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 382-402
Christopher H. JOHNSON, Etienne Cabet and the Problem of Class Antagonism, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 403-443
William J. CALLAHAN, Crown, Nobility and Industry in Eighteenth-Century Spain, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 444-464
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 11, 1966, p. 465-509

International Review of Social History 12, 1967
Bert ANDREAS; Georges HAUPT, Bibliographie der Arbeiterbewegung heute und morgen, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 1-30
Herman LEBOVICS, "Agrarians" versus "Industrializers". Social Conservative Resistance to Industrialism and Capitalism in Late Nineteenth Century Germany, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 31-65
Leslie DERFLER, Reformism and Jules Duesde: 1891-1904, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 66-80
Carl LANDAUER, The Origin of Socialism Reformism in France, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 81-107
Hans-Martin SASS, Feuerbach statt Marx. Zur Verfasserschaft des Aufsatzes "Luther als Schiedsrichter zwischen Strauss und Feuerbach", in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 108-119
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Hans-Josef STEINBERG, Revolution und Legalität. Ein unveröffentlichter Brief Friedrich Engels' an Richard Fischer, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 177-189
Peter AMANN, The Huber Enigma: Revolutionary or Police-Spy?, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 190-203
Brian HARRISON, Drink and Sobriety in England 1815-1872. A Critical Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 204-276
Jeffry KAPLOW, The Culture of Poverty in paris on the Eve of the Revolution, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 277-291
Horst BARTEL, Der interne Juni-Entwurf zum Erfurter Programm [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 292-302
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 303-356
Robert P. BAKER, Socialism in the Nord, 1880-1914. A Regional View of the French Socialist Movement, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 357-389
M. BERGMAN, The Potato Blight in the Netherlands and its Social Consequences (1845-1847), in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 390-431
Ursula RATZ, Briefe zum Erscheinen von Karl Kautskys "Weg zur Macht" [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 432-477
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 12, 1967, p. 478-522

International Review of Social History 13, 1968
Robert C. REINDERS, Racialism on the Left: E.D. Morel and the "Black Horror on the Rhine", in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 1
Wolfgang SCHIEDER, Der Bund der Kommunisten im Sommer 1850. Drei Dokumente aus dem Marx-Engels-Nachlaß, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 29
D.J. ROWE, The Strikes of the Tyneside Keelmen in 1809 and 1819, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 58
Alfred Erich SENN (ed.), Russian Émigré Funds in Switzerland, 1916: An Okhrana Report, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 76
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 85
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 140
M.S. VENKATARAMANI; B.K. SHRIVASTAVA, The President and the Mahatma: America's Resonse to Gandhi's Fast, February-March 1943, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 141
Kenneth R. CALKINS, The Election of Hugo Haase to the Co-chairmanship of the SPD and the Crisis of Pre-war German Social Democracy, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 174
Anthony s. WOHL, The Bitter Cry of Outcast London, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 189
L.J. van ROSSUM (ed.), Proclamations of the Machno Movement, 1920, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 246
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 269
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 320
Herman D. BLOCH, The New York Afro-American's Struggle for Political Rights and the Emergence of Political Recognition, 1865-1900, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 321
John SALT, Local Manifestations of the Urquhartite Movement, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 350
Norman MCCORD; David E. BREWSTER, Some Labour Troubles of the 1790's in North East England, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 366
Rolf ENGELSING, Dienstbotenlektüre im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert in Deutschland, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 384
D.K. BUSE (ed.), Ebert and the Coming of World War I: A Month from his Diary, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 430
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 449
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 13, 1968, p. 498

International Review of Social History 14, 1969
A. MASON, The Government and the General Strike, 1926, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 1
Rodney BARKER, The Labour Party and Education for Socialism, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 22
Anthony D'AGOSTINO, Intelligentsia Socialism and the "Orkers' Revolution": The Views of J.W. Machajski, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 54
Norman MCCORD, The Implementation of the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act on Tyneside, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 90
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 109
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 158
Thomas A. KNAPP, The German Center Party and the Reichsbanner. A Case Study in Political and Social Consensus in the Weimar Republic, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 159
Vincent WRIGHT, The Reorganisation of the Conseil d'Etat in 1852. The Study of a French Elite, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 180
Keith BURGESS, Technological Change and the 1852 Lock-Out in the British Engineering Industry, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 215
William H. MAEHL Jr., Augustus Hardin Beaumont: Anglo-American Radical (1798-1838), in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 237
L.J. van ROSSUM (ed.), Ein unveröffentlichter Brief Trockijs von Anfang 1916, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 251
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 267
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 314
Clara E. LIDA, Agrarian Anachism in Andalusia. Documents on the Mano Negra, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 315
Edmund SILBERNER, Johann Jacoby 1843-1846. Beitrag zur Geschichte des Vormärz, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 353
Bernice MARTIN, Leonard Horner: A Portrait of an Inspector of Factories, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 412
Rudolf de JONG (ed.), Biographische und bibliographische Daten von Max Nettlau, März 1940, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 444
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 483
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 14, 1969, p. 522

International Review of Social History 15, 1970
James MACFARLANE, Shipboard Union Representation in the British Merchant Navy, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 1
William A. HOISINGTON Jr., Class against Class: The French Communist Party and the Comintern, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 19
Martin RYLE, International Red Aid and Comintern Strategy, 1922-1926, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 43
Roger SMITH, Early Victorian Household Structure: A Case Study of Nottinghamshire, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 69
Peter LUNDGREEN, Analyse preußischer Schulbücher als Zugang zum Thema "Schulbildung und Industrialisierung", in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 85
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 122
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 166
Ursula LANGKAU-ALEX, Deutsche Emigrationspresse (auch eine Geschichte des "Ausschusses zur Vorbereitung einer deutschen Volksfront" in Paris), in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 167
Alan CLINTON, Trade Councils during the First World War, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 202
Marshall S. SHATZ, The Makhaevists and the Russian Revolutionary Movement, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 235
James H. TREBLE, The Attitudes of Friendly Societies towards the Movement in Great Britain for State Pensions, 1878-1908, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 266
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 300
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 346
Shlomo NA'AMAN, Der Fall Eichler. Zur Frühgeschichte der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 347
Brian HARRISON, The British Prohibitionists 1853-1872, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 375
Yvon BOURDET (ed.), Otto Bauer et la Russie soviétique: Quatre lettres inédites d'Otto Bauer à Karl Kautsky, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 468
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 479
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 15, 1970, p. 518

International Review of Social History 16, 1971
R.A. CHURCH, Profit-Sharing and Labour Relations in England in the Nineteenth Century, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 2-16
D.J. ROWE, Some Aspects of Chartism on Tyneside, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 17-39
J. STEVENSON, The London "Crimp" Riots of 1794, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 40-58
Edmund SILBERNER, Drei Herzen-Briefe [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 59-65
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 66-124
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 124
J.O. SPRINGHALL, The Boy Scouts, Class and Militarism in Relation to British Youth Movements 1908-1930, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 125-158
Nicholas PAPAYANIS, Alphonse Merrheim and the Strike of Hennebont: The Struggle for the Eight-Hour Day in France, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 159-183
Fritz REDLICH, Science and Charity: Count Rumford and his Followers, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 184-216
Paul MEIER, An Unpublished Lecture of William Morris, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 217-240
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 241-294
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 16, 1971, p. 294

International Review of Social History 17, 1972
Jacques ROUGERIE, L'A.I.T. et le mouvement ouvrier à Paris pendant les événements de 1870-1871, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 3-102
Götz LANGKAU, Die Deutsche Sektion in Paris, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 103-150
Maurice MOISSONNIER, La Province et la Commune, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 151-182
Julian P.W. ARCHER, The Crowd in the Lyon Commune and the Insurrection of La Guillotière, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 183-188
Carole WITZIG, Bismarck et la Commune. La réaction des monarchies conservatrices contre les mouvements républicains et socialistes (1870-1871) vue à travers les archives allemandes, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 191-221
Carlos Seco SERRANO, L'Espagne, la Commune et l'Internationale, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 222-239
Edward T. GARGAN, The American Conservative Response, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 240-249
Daisy E. DEVREESE, La Proscription en Belgique (1871-1880), in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 253-271
Marc VUILLEUMIER, La Suisse, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 272-302
Miklos MOLNAR, A Londres: quelques jalons, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 304-317
Jacques ROUGERIE, La Section de Langue Française de Londres, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 318-324
Marcelo SEGALL, En Amérique latine. Développement du mouvement ouvrier et proscription, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 325-369
Michel WINOCK, Jean Allemane: une fidélité critique, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 373-380
David STAFFORD, Paul Brousse, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 381-386
Daisy e. DEVREESE, Jean-Baptiste Clément, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 387-390
János JEMNITZ, Léo Frankel, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 391-394
Maurice MOISSONNIER, Albert Richard, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 395-407
Jolyon HOWORTH, Eduard Vaillant, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 408-420
Jacques GIRAULT, Les Guesdistes, la deuxième Egalité et la Commune (1880), in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 421-430
Jacques NÉRÉ, Le Boulangisme et la Commune, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 431-438
Boris SAPIR, Petr Lavrov, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 441-454
Arthur LEHNING, Michel Bakounine. Théorie et pratique du fédéralisme anti-étatique en 1870-1871, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 455-473
Georges HAUPT, La Roumanie, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 477-489
Ágnes SÁGVÁRI, Wirkung und Reflexionen in Ungarn, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 490-511
Marie-Claire BERGÈRE, La Chine. Du mythe de référence au modèle d'action, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 512-535
Eugene SCHULKIND, Imagination and Revolution: Guidelines for a Historiography of the Literature of the Paris Commune, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 539-551
Anne ROCHE, Le Roman et la Commune. Janons pour une description, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 552-583
Robert BRÉCY, Un Manuscrit de "L'Internationale", in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 584-589
Ralph HAYBURN, The Police and the Hunger Marchers, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 625-644
Keith BURGESS, Trade Union Policy and the 1852 Lock-Out in the British Engineering Industry, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 645-660
George FASEL, Urban Workers in Provincial France, February-June 1848, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 661-674
Alfred Erich SENN (ed.), The Politics of Golos and Nashe Slovo, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 675-704
Edmund SILBERNER (ed.), Verschollene Herzen- und Ogareff-Briefe, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 705-713
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 714-787
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 787
   Obituary: Hein Vos; Julius Braunthal, in: International Review of Social History 17, 1972, p. 788

International Review of Social History 18, 1973
Bernard BARKER, Anatomy of Reformism: The Social and Political Ideas of the Labour Leadership in Yorkshie, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 1
Sándor AGÓCS, The Road of Charity Leads to the Picket Lines: The Neo-Thomistic Revival and the Italian Catholic Labor Movement, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 28
R. BEAN, The Liverpool Dock Strike of 1890, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 51
James D. YOUNG, Changing Images of American Democracy and the Scottish Labour Movement, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 69
N.L. TRANTER, The Social Structure of a Bedfordshire Parish in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. The Cardington Census Enumerators' Books, 1851, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 90
George GARVY (ed.), Albert Einstein and the Nobel Peace Prize for Karl Kautsky, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 107
R.H. MCNEAL, A Letter from Trotsky to Krupskaya, 17 May 1927, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 111
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 120
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 171
Robert F. WHEELER, The Failure of "Truth and Clarity" at Berne: Kurt Eisner, the Opposition and the Reconstruction of the International, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 173
Hans-Peter HARSTICK, Zum Schicksal der Marxschen Privatbibliothek, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 202
Lawrence KRADER, The Works of Marx and Engels in Ethnology Compared, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 223
Hans-Josef STEINBERG (ed.), Freiheit und Notwendigkeit: Aus einem verlorenen Brief von Friedrich Engels and Ernest Belfort Bax vom Jahre 1886, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 276
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 281
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 331
   Rectification, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 332
A.W. PURDUE, George Lansbury and the Middlesbrough Election of 1906, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 333
William M. WALKER, The Scottish Prohibition Party and the Millennium, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 353
J.B. BROWN, The Pig or the Stye: Drink and Poverty in Late Victorian England, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 380
N.P. HOWARD, The Strikes and Lockouts in the Iron Industry and the Formation of the Ironworkers' Unions, 1862-1869, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 396
R.Q. GRAY, Styles of Life, the "Labour Aristocracy" and Class Relations in Late Nineteenth Century Edinburgh, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 428
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 453
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 18, 1973, p. 496

International Review of Social History 19, 1974
Peter N. STEARNS, Measuring the Evolution of Strike Movements, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 1-27
Gerhard BOTZ, Genesis und Inhalt der Faschismustheorien, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 28-53
Hans-Norbert LAHME, Zur Vorgeschichte der Dänischen IAA-Sektion, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 54-72
John BENSON, Colliery Disaster Funds, 1860-1897, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 73-85
Eric RICHARDS, "Captain Swing" in the West Midlands, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 86-99
P. SAVIGEAR, Some Reflections on Corsican Secret Societies in the Early Ninteenth Century, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 100-114
Werner BRAATZ (ed.), The Counter-Revolution in 1933 as Viewed in Two Documents addressed to Vice-Chancellor Papen [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 115-127
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 128-162
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 162
   Obituary: Prof. Dr. Georg Eckert, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 163
   Communication, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 164
Stephen WHITE, Soviets in Britain: The Leeds Convention of 1917, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 165-193
John ZERZAN, Understanding the Anti-Radicalism of the National Civic Federation, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 194-210
Thomas Milton KEMNITZ; Fleurange JACQUES, J.R. Stephens and the Chartist Movement, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 211-227
Max FAJN, The Attitude of the Journal des hommes libres towards the Babouvists, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 228-244
Alfred Erich SENN (ed.), New Documents on Lenin's Departure from Switzerland, 1917 [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 245-276
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 277-324
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 324
Irwin M. WALL, Socialists and Bureaucrats: The Blum Government and the French Administration, 1936-37, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 325-346
R.J. HOLTON, Daily Herald v. Daily Citizen, 1912-15. The Struggle for a Labour Daily in Relation to "the Labour Unrest", in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 347-376
David FARNHAM, The Association of Teachers in Technical Institutions (1904-14). A Case-Study on the Origins, Formation and Growth of a White-Collar Organization, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 377-395
Shlomo NA'AMAN, "Er soll an der Organisation festhalten": Zum Wortlaut von Lassalles Testament, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 396-400
Eric HOPKINS, Working Conditions in Victorian Stourbridge, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 401-425
F.K. PROCHASKA, Women in English Philanthropy, 1790-1830, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 426-445
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 446-485
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 19, 1974, p. 486

International Review of Social History 20, 1975
Ralph DESMARAIS, Lloyd George and the Development of the British Government's Strikebreaking Organization, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 1
George GARVY, The Financial Manifesto of the St petersburg Soviet, 1905, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 16
Nigel TODD, Trade Unions and the Engineering Industry Dispute at Barrow-in-Furness, 1897-98, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 33
M.J. CULLEN, The 1887 Survey of the London Working Class, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 48
Robert D. STORCH, The Plague of the Blue Locusts. Police Reform and Popular Resistance in Northern England, 1840-57, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 61
Samuel BERNSTEIN, Babeuf's Conspiracy viewed by the Press of the United States, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 91
S.W. DYER (ed.), Business Reaciton to Waterfront Unrest in the Great Depression, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 108
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 112
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 148
Richard F. KUISEL, Auguste Detoeuf, Conscience of French Industry: 1926-47, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 149
Deian HOPKIN, The Membership of the Independent Labour Party, 1904-10: A Spatial and Occupational Analysis, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 175
William H. MAEHL Jr., The Northeastern Miners' Struggle for the Franchise, 1872-74, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 198
Paul L. ROBERTSON, Demarcation Disputes in British Shipbuilding before 1914, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 220
Lawrence KRADER, Marxist Anthropology: Principles and Contradictions. New Perspectives in the Science of Man, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 236
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 273
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 312
J. REYNOLDS; K. LAYBOURN, The Emergence of the Independent Labour Party in Bradford, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 313
Thomas MOODIE, The Reorientation of French Socialism, 1888-90, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 347
Kenneth JUDGE, Early Chartist Organization and the Convention of 1839, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 370
F.K. DONNELLY; J.L. BAXTER, Sheffield and the English Revolutionary Tradition, 1791-1820, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 398
Lawrence KRADER, Marxist Anthropology: Principles and Contradictions. New Perspectives in the Science of Man, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 424
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 450
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 20, 1975, p. 480

International Review of Social History 21, 1976
Adrian OLDFIELD, The Independent Labour Party and Planning, 1920-26, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 1
Philip S. FONER, Protests in the United States against Bismarck's Anti-Socialist Law, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 30
J.A. EPSTEIN, Feargus O'Connor and the Northern Star, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 51
A.W. COATS, The Relief of Poverty, Attitudes to Labour and Economic Change in England, 1660-1782, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 98
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 116
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 150
Vilém KAHAN, The Communist International, 1919-43: The Personnel of its Highest Bodies, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 151
Thomas R. SYKES, Revolutionary Syndicalism in the Italian Labor Movement: The Agrarian Strikes of 1907-08 in the Province of Parma, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 186
Th. van TIJN, A Contribution to the Scientific Study of the History of Trade Unions, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 212
Hans-Norbert LAHME, Der Deutsche social-demokratische Arbeiterverein in Kopenhagen und die dänische Arbeiterbewegung, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 240
J.R. DINWIDDY, Charles Hall, Early English Socialist, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 256
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 277
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 308
Geoffrey ALDERMAN, The National Free Labour Association. A Case-Study of Organised Strike-Breaking in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 309
Robert G. NEVILLE, The Yorkshire Miners and the 1893 Lockout: The Featherstone "Massacre", in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 337
R. BEAN, Employers' Associations in the Port of Liverpool, 1890-1914, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 358
John RULE, The Smacksmen of the North Sea. Labour Recruitment and Exploitation in British Deep-Sea Fishing, 1850-90, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 383
Götz LANGKAU (ed.), Briefe Rosa Luxemburgs im IISG – Ein Nachtrag, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 412
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 445
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 21, 1976, p. 482

International Review of Social History 22, 1977
John MCHUGH, The Belfast Labour Dispute and Riots of 1907, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 1
Eugene D. LEMIRE, The Socialist League Leaflets and Manifestoes: An Annotated Checklist, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 21
N. MCCORD; D.J. ROWE, Industrialisation and Urban Growth in North-East England, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 30
T.M. PARSSINEN; I.J. PROTHERO (eds.), The London Tailors' Strike of 1834 and the Collapse of the Grand National Consolidated Trades' Union: A Police Spy's Report, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 65
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 108
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 136
Kathleen WOODROOFE, The Royal Commission on the Poor Laws, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 137
Jolyon HOWORTH, The French Socialists and Anticlericalism: The Position of Edouard Vaillant and the Parti Socialiste Révolutionnaire, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 165
Eric HOPKINS, The Decline of the Family Work Unit in Black Country Nailing, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 184
Peter SEARBY, Paternalism, Disturbance and Parliamentary Reform: Society and Politics in Coventry, 1819-32, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 198
Maurice MILNE, Strikes and Strike-Breaking in North-East England, 1815-44: The Attitude of the Local Press, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 226
James R. CUCA, Industrial Change and the Progress of Labor in the English Cotton Industry, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 241
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 256
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 298
Colin P. GRIFFIN, The Leicestershire Miners and the Mining Dispute of 1926, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 299
Dick KOOIMAN, Jobbers and the Emergence of Trade Unions in Bombay City, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 313
Robert F. WHEELER, Revolutionary Socialist Internationalism: Rank-and-File Reaction in the USPD, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 329
M.J. DAUNTON, Inter-Union Relations on the Waterfront: Cardiff 1888-1914, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 350
Paul AVRICH (ed.), Prison Letters of Ricardo Flores Magón to Lilly Sarnoff, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 379
Joseph O'MALLEY; Fred E. SCHRADER (eds.), Marx's Précis of Hegel's Doctrine on Being in the Minor Logic, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 423
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 432
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 22, 1977, p. 470

International Review of Social History 23, 1978
Lawrence D. STOKES, The Social Composition of the Nazi Party in Eutin, 1925-32, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 1
Wayne WESTERGARD-THORPE, Towards a Syndicalist International: The 1913 London Congress, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 33
R.I. MCKIBBIN, Arthur Henderson as Labour Leader, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 79
David RUBINSTEIN, The Independent Labour Party and the Yorkshire Miners: The Barnsley By-Election of 1897, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 102
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 135
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 176
Vilém KAHAN, A Contribution to the Identification of the Pseudonyms used in the Minutes and Reports of the Communist International, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 177
Sheldon SPEAR, Pacifist Radicalism in the Post-War British Labour Party: The Case of E.D. Morel, 1919-24, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 193
Anthony W. WRIGHT, Fabianism and Guild Socialism: Two Views of Democracy, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 224
P.J. MURPHY, The Origins of the 1852 Lock-Out in the British Engineering Industry Reconsidered, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 242
Maurice CAPLAN, The New Poor Law and the Struggle for Union Chargeability, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 267
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 301
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 332
J.H. PORTER, Devon and the General Strike, 1926, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 333
Amy Zahl GOTTLIEB, Immigration of British Coal Miners in the Civil War Decade, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 357
J.V. CORRIGAN, Strikes and the Press in the North-East, 1815-44, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 376
Dennis R. MILLS, The Quality of Life in Melbourn, Cambridgeshire, in the Period 1800-50, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 382
Marianne ELLIOTT, The Origins and Transformation of Early Irish Republicanism, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 405
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 429
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 23, 1978, p. 465

International Review of Social History 24, 1979
Donald N. BAKER, The Socialists and the Workers of Paris: The Amicales Socialistes, 1936-40, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 1
Frank FARRELL, Australian Labour and the Profintern, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 34
T.D.W. REID; Naomi REID, The 1842 "Plug Plot" in Stockport, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 55
Stéphane MICHAUD (ed.), Flora Tristan: Trente-cinq lettres, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 80
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 126
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 156
Anthony CAREW, The Invergordon Mutiny, 1931: Long-Term Causes, Organisation and Leadership, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 157
Christopher GODFREY, The Chartist Prisoners, 1839-41, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 189
Richard HARVEY, Recent Research on Poverty in Tudor-Stuart England: Review and Commentary, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 237
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 253
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 292
Geoffrey FIDLER, The Work of Joseph and Eleanor Edaqrds, Two Liverpool Enthusiasts, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 293
Paul AVRICH, Bakunin and the United States, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 320
Alexander BRANDENBURG, Der kommunistische Arbeiterbildungsverein in London. Ein Beitrag zu den Anfängen der deutschen Arbeiterbildungsbewegung (1840-47), in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 341
Peter DUNKLEY, paternalism, the Magistracy and Poor Relief in England, 1795-1834, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 371
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 398
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 24, 1979, p. 432

International Review of Social History 25, 1980
Paul AVRICH, Kropotkin in America, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 1
P.E. PRESTWICH, French Workers and the Temperance Movement, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 35
Chris FISHER, The Little Buttymen in the Forest of Dean, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 53
Peter W.J. BARTRIP, The State and the Steam-Boiler in Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 77
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 106
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 142
M.J. DAUNTON, Miners' Houses: South Wales and the Great Northern Coalfield, 1880-1914, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 143
Karl OBERMANN, Weydemeyer in Amerika: Neues zur Biographie von Joseph Weydemeyer (1854-60), in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 176
Andrew H. YARMIE, Employers' Organizations in Mid-Victorian England, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 209
A.J. HEESOM, The Northern Coal-Owners and the Opposition to the Coal Mines Act of 1842, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 236
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 272
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 306
Noelle WHITESIDE, Industrial Welfare and Labour Regulation in Britain at the Time of the First World War, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 307
Joyce ELLIS, Urban Conflict and Popular Violence. The Guildhall Riots of 1740 in Newcastle upon Tyne, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 332
Erwin OBERLÄNDER, Die Moskauer Verhandlungen zwischen IGB und Sowjetgewerkschaften, November 1937, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 350
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 395
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 25, 1980, p. 430

International Review of Social History 26, 1981
   Book Reviews, p.
A.W. PURDUE, The Liberal and Labour Paries in North-East Politics 1900-14: The Struggle for Supremacy, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 1
Michael PUSHKIN, Raznochinsty in the University. Government Policy and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Russia, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 25
Ernst NOLTE, Thomas Hopkins und T.R. Edmonds – zwei vergessene "ricardische Sozialisten"? Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Begriffsklärung, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 66
Wayne WESTERGARD-THORPE (ed.), The Provisional Agenda of the International Syndicalist Congress, London 1913, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 92
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 104
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 132
Penelope SUMMERFIELD, Education and Politics in the British Armed Forces in the Second World War, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 133
W.R. GARSIDE, Unemployment and the School-Leaving Age in Inter-War Britain, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 159
Jeffrey HILL, Manchester and Salford Politics and the Early Development of the Independent Labour Party, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 171
A.A. HALL, Wages, Earning and Real Earnings in Teesside. A Re-assessment of the Ameliorist Interpretation of Living Standards in Britain, 1870-1914, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 202
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 220
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 254
Joseph MELLING, Employers, Industrial Housing and the Evolution of Company Welfare Policies in Britain's Heavy Industry: West Scotland, 1870-1920, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 255
Gian Mario BRAVO, August Becker am Vorabend der Revolution (August 1846 bis Ende 1847), in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 302
Samuel H. BARON (ed.), Plekhanov in War and Revolution, 1914-17, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 325
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 377
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 26, 1981, p. 412

International Review of Social History 27, 1982
   False Alarm, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 1
Maria HUNINK, Das Schicksal einer Bibliothek. Max Nettlau und Amsterdam, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 4
Elizabeth ROBERTS, Working-Class Standards of Living in Three Lancashire Towns, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 43
Hillel LEVINE, Between Polish Autarky and Russian Autocracy: The News, the Propinacja and the Rhetoric of Reform, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 66
Walter SCHMIDT (ed.), Fritz Reuters Brief an Wilhelm Wolff vom 12. Januar 1864, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 85
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 97
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 128
M. DONALD, Bolshevik Activity amongst the Working Women of Petrograd in 1917, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 129
Gregory CLAEYS, paternalism and Democracy in the Politics of Robert Owen, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 161
Helmut HIRSCH; Hans PELGER (eds.), Ein unveröffentlichter Brief von Karl Marx an Sophie von Hatzfeldt – Zum Streit mit Karl Blind nach Ferdinand Lassalles Tod, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 208
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 239
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 270
R. BEAN, Custom, Job Regulation and Dock Labour in Liverpool, 1911-39, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 271
Neil EVANS, Urbanisation, Elite Attitudes and Philanthropy: Cardiff, 1850-1914, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 290
Jehuda RIEMER (ed.), Nach dem Zusammenbruch: Fritz Naphtali im Briefwechsel 1933-34, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 324
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 357
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 27, 1982, p. 398

International Review of Social History 28, 1983
Jürgen ROJAHN, Marxismus – Marx – Geschichtswissenschaft. Der Fall der sogenannten "Ökonomisch-philosophischen Manuskripte aus dem Jahre 1844", in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 2
Fred E. SCHRADER, Karl Marxens Smithkommentar von 1861/62 in Heft VII. Zur Rationalität des aporetischen Arbeitsbegriffs, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 50
Teinosuke OTANI, Zur Datierung der Arbeit von Karl Marx am II. und III. Buch des Kapital, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 91
Götz LANGKAU, Marx-Gesamtausgaben – Dringendes Parteiinteresse oder dekorativer Zweck? Ein Wiener Editionsplan zum 30. Todestag, Briefe und Briefauszüge, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 105
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 143
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 174
   Frederik Kool † [obituary, necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 175
Andrew J. TAYLOR, The Miners and Nationalisation, 1931-36, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 176
Larry PETERSON, A Social Analysis of KPD Supporters: The Hamburg Insurrectionaries of October 1923, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 200
Barbara T. NORTON, Russian Political Masonry and the February Revolution of 1917, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 240
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 259
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 278
Ralph HAYBURN, The National Unempoloyed Workers' Movement, 1921-36, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 279
marc JANSEN, Government Partners of the Bolsheviks. The Russian Socialist Revolutionaries in the Far Eastern Republic, 1920-22, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 296
Harriet T. ZURNDORFER, Violence and Political Protest in Ming and Qing China. Review and Commentary on Recent Research, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 304
H. Kendall ROGERS (ed.), Eduard Bernstein Speaks to the Fabians: A Turning-Point in Social Democratic Thought?, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 320
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 339
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 28, 1983, p. 388

International Review of Social History 29, 1984
Arthur J. MCIVOR, Employers' Organisation and Strikebreaking in Britain, 1880-1914, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 1
Lowell L. BLAISDELL, Aloysius Huber and May 15, 1848. New Insights into an Old Mystery, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 34
Lothar KNATZ; Hans-Arthur MARSISKE, Die Wilhelm Weitling Papers. Neue Quellen und Dokumente aus dem Nachlaß Wilhelm Weitlings in der Public Library, New York, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 62
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 92
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 132
Victor BAILEY, "In Darkest England and the Way Out". The Salvation Army, Social Reform and the Labour Movement, 1885-1910, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 133
Hans-Norbert LAHME, Niels Lorents Petersen. Eine Skizze seines Lebens in der Arbeiterbewegung, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 172
Dietrich SAALFELD, Lebensverhältnisse der Unterschichten Deutschlands im neunzehnten Jahrhundert, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 215
Karl H. METZ, Social Thought and Social Statistics in the Early Nineteenth Century. The Case of Sanitary Statistics in England, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 254
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 274
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 296
Anthony CAREW, The Schism withing the World Federation of Trade Unions: Government and Trade-Union Diplomacy, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 297
Alan J. KIDD, The Social Democratic Federation and Popular Agitation amongst the Unemployed in Edwardian Manchester, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 336
Richard WHIPP, "The Art of Good Management". Managerial Control of Work in the British Pottery Industry, 1900-25, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 359
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 386
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 29, 1984, p. 418

International Review of Social History 30, 1985
   To Our Readers, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 1
Jürgen ROJAHN, Um die Erneuerung der Internationale: Rosa Luxemburg contra Pieter Jelles Troelstra. Zur Haltung der radikalen Linken in Deutschland nach dem 4. August 1914, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 2
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 151
Tony SAICH, Through the Past Darkly: Some New Sources on the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 167
Donald REID, The Third Republic as Manager: Labor Policy in the Naval Shipyards, 1892-1920, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 183
Robert SYKES, Physical-Force Chartism: The Cotton District and the Chartist Crisis of 1839, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 207
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 237
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 264
   Introduction [to "Contributions on Anti-Semitism"], in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 266
Dik van ARKEL, The Growth of the Anti-Jewish Stereotype. An Attempt at a Hypothetical-Dedective Method of Historical Research, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 270
Herbert A. STRAUSS, Vorurteilsforschung und Sozialstruktur. Zu einem Forschungsprojekt des Berliner Zentrums für Antisemitismusforschung, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 307
Rainer ERB, "Jüdische Güterschlächterei" im Vormärz. Vom Nutzen des Stereotyps für wirtschaftliche Machtstrukturen, dargestellt an einem westfälischen Gesetz von 1836, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 312
Alina CAŁA, Die Anfänge des Antisemitismus im Königreich Polen in der zweiten Hälfte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 342
Nancy L. GREEN, Socialist Anti-Semitism, Defence of a Bourgeois Jew and Discovery of the Jewish Proletariat. Changing Attitudes of French Socialists before 1914, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 374
Jack JACOBS, Marxism and Anti-Semitism, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 400
Herbert A. STRAUSS, Formen des modernen Antisemitismus und Probleme seiner Abwehr, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 431
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 444
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 30, 1985, p. 470

International Review of Social History 31, 1986
Alan MCKINLAY, From Industrial Serf to Wage-labourer: The 1937 Apprentice Revolt in Britain, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 1
Gregory ANDERSON, A Private Welfare Agency for White-Collar Workers between the Wars. A Study of the Liverpool Clerks' Association, 1918-39, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 19
Stephen G. JONES, Trade-Union Policy between the Wars. The Case of Holidays With Pay in Britain, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 40
Marc JANSEN, International Class Solidarity or Foreign Intervention? Internationalists and Latvian Rifles in the Russian Revolution and the Civil War, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 68
Eric HOPKINS, Working-Class Housing in Birmingham during the Industrial Revolution, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 80
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 95
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 120
William SCHEUERMAN, The Politics of Protest. The Great Steel Strike of 1919-20 in Lackawanna, New York, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 121
Herman LEBOVICS, Protection Against Labor Troubles. The Campaign of the Association de l'Industrie Française for Economic Stability and Social Peace during the Great Depression, 1880-96, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 147
William KNOX, Apprenticeship and De-skilling in Britain, 1850-1914, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 166
John BATT, "United to Support but not Combined to Injure." Public Order, Trade Unions and the Repeal of the Combination Acts of 1799-1800, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 185
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 204
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 226
Christopher J. NOTTINGHAM, Recasting Bourgeois Britain? The British State in the years which followed the First World War, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 227
John ZERZAN, Axis Point of American Industrialism, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 248
Alan BOOTH, The United Englishmen and Radical Politics in the Industrial North-West of England, 1795-1803, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 271
Anatoli ILYASHOV (ed.), Victor Reuther on the Soviet Experience, 1933-35: An Interview, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 298
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 324
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 31, 1986, p. 362

International Review of Social History 32, 1987
   To Our Readers, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 1
Neville KIRK, In Defence of Class. A Critique of Recent Revisionist Writing upon the Ninteenth-Century English Working Class, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 2-47
Tony ADAMS, The Formation of the Co-Operative Party Re-Considered, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 48-68
Joachim EICHLER (ed.), Partei und Gewerkschaft: Ein Briefwechsel im Vorfeld des SPD-Parteitags Jena 1905 [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 69-87
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 88-105
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 106
   Editorial, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 107-108
Richard RODGER, Political Economy, Ideology and the Persistence of Working-Class Housing Problems in Britain, 1850-1914, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 109-143
James E. CRONIN, Strikes and Power in Britain, 1870-1920, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 144-167
Sidney POLLARD, The Co-Operative Party – Reflections on a Re-Consideration, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 168-173
Tony ADAMS, Co-Operators and Politics – A Rejoinder, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 174-179
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 180-200
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 201-203
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 204
   To Our Readers, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 205
Dick PELS, Hendrik de Man and the Ideology of Planism, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 206-229
John LOVELL, Sail, Steam and Emergent Dockers' Unionism in Britain, 1850-1914, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 230-249
Gerry R. RUBIN, Explanations for Law Reform: The Case of Wartime Labour Legislation in Britain, 1915-1916, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 250-270
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 271-301
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 302-305
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 306
Leo van ROSSUM, Introductory Note, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 309-310
Roy MEDVEDEV, Vladimir Litvinov: An Obituary, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 311-314
В. ЛИТВИНОВ, О ЧЕТВРТОМ (ОКТЯБРЬ 1920 ГОДА) ВОЕННО-ПОЛИТИЧЕСКОМ СОГЛАШЕНИИ МЕЖДУ РЕВОЛЮЦИОННО-ПОВСТАНЧЕСКОЙ АРМИЕЙ (МАХНОВЦЕВ) И КОММУНИСТИЧЕСКИМ ПРАВИТЕЛЬСТВОМ РСФСР, in: International Review of Social History 32, 1987, p. 315-401

International Review of Social History 33, 1988
Susan MILNER, The International Labour Movement and the Limits of Internationalism: the International Secretariat of National Trade Union Centres, 1901-1913, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 1
Jeffrey HAYDU, Employers, Unions and American Exceptionalism: Pre-World War I Open Shops in the Machine Trades in Comparative Perspective, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 25
Sheila BLACKBURN, Working-Class Attitudes to Social Reform: Black Country Chainmakers and Anti-Sweating Legislation, 1880-1930, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 42
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 70
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 104
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 111
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 114
Peter BALDWIN, How Socialist is Solidaristic Social Policy? Swedish Postwar Reform as a Case in Point, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 121
Harriet T. ZURNDORFER, A Guide to the "New" Chinese History: Recent Publications concerning Chinese Social and Economic Development before 1800, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 148
Jaap KLOOSTERMAN (ed.), An Unpublished Letter of Felippo Buonarroti to Charles Teste, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 202
Robert CUTLER (ed.), An Unpublished Letter of M.A. Bakunin to R. Solger, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 212
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 218
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 246
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 258
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 260
Steve FIELDING, Irish Politics in Manchester 1890-1914, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 261
Marcel van der LINDEN, The National Integration of European Working Classes (1871-1914). Exploring the Causal Configuration, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 285
Barrington MOORE Jr., Japanese Peasant Protests and Revolts in Comparative Historical Perspective, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 312
Norah CARLIN, The Collected Essays of Christopher Hill, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 329
   Book Reviews, p. 339
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 359
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 402
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 406
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 33, 1988, p. 408

International Review of Social History 34, 1989
Arif DIRLIK, The Path Not Taken: The Anarchist Alternative in Chinese Socialism, 1921-1927, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 1
Jonathan ZEITLIN, "Rank and Filism" in British Labour History: A Critique, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 42
Richard PRICE, "What's in a Name?" Workplace History and "Rank and Filism", in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 62
James E. CRONIN, The "Rank and File" and the Social History of the Working Class, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 78
Jonathan ZEITLIN, "Rank and Filism" and Labour History: A Rejoinder to Price and Cronin, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 89
Peter ABELL, Foundations for a Qualitative Comparative Method, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 103
Massimo L. SALVADORI, Reinterpreting Kautsky, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 110
   Book Reviews, p. 117
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 134
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 182
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 187
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 189
Beate FIESELER, The Making of Russian Female Social Democrats, 1890-1917, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 193
Barbara T. NORTON, The Making of a Female Marxist: E.D. Kuskova's Conversion to Russian Social Democracy, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 227
G.R. SWAIN, Tito: The Formation of a Disloyal Bolshevik, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 248
Karl Heinz ROTH (ed.), Searching for Lost Archives. The Role of the Deutsche Arbeitsfront in the Pillage of West European Trade-Union Archives, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 272
Sven E. OLSSON, Working-Class Power and the 1946 Pension Reform in Sweden. A Modest Festschrift Contribution, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 287
Richard HYMAN, The Sound of One Hand Clapping: A Comment on the "Rank and Filism" Debate, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 309
Richard PRICE, The Historical Meanings of Work, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 327
   Book Reviews, p. 333
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 350
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 386
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 393
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 396
   Boris Sapir 1902-1989 [obituary], in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 401
Christiane EISENBERG, The Comparative View in Labour History. Old and New Interpretations of the English and German Labour Movements before 1914, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 403
Robert G. HALL, Tyranny, Work and Politics: The 1818 Strike Wave in the English Cotton District, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 433
Peter BALDWIN, Class, Interest and the Welfare State. A Reply to Sven E. Olsson, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 471
Hans-Ulrich JOST, Swiss Labour History, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 485
   Book Reviews, p. 495
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 515
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 553
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 557
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 34, 1989, p. 562

Karl Heinz ROTH (ed.), The International Institute of Social History as a Pawn of Nazi Social Research. New Documents on the History of the IISH during German Occupation Rule from 1940 to 1944, in: International Review of Social History 34 (Supplement), 1989, p. 1-88 [separately paginated]


International Review of Social History 35, 1990
   Free and Unfree Labour, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 1
Joseph MELLING, Whatever Happened to Red Clydeside? Industrial Conflict and the Politics of Skill in the First World War, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 3
John FOSTER, Strike Action and Working-Class Politics on Clydeside 1914-1919, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 33
Alan WARDE, Conditions of Dependence. Working-Class Quiescence in Lancaster in the Twentieth Century, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 71
Eric ARNESEN, Crusades Against Crisis. A View from the United States on the "Rank-and-File" Critique and Other Catalogues of Labour History's Alleged Ills, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 106
   Book Reviews, p. 128
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 140
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 184
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 187
Adrian J. RANDALL, Peculiar Perquisites and Pernicious Practices. Embezzlement in the West of England Woollen Industry, c. 1750-1840, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 193
Jay BERGMAN, The Image of Jesus in the Russian Revolutionary Movement. The Case of Russian Marxism, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 220
John CLASSEN, The Disadvantaged and the Hussite Revolution, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 249
Marcel van der LINDEN, Labour History and Organizational Ecology, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 273
   Book Reviews, p. 281
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 292
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 329
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 341
Guy VANTHEMSCHE, Unemployment Insurance in Interwar Belgium, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 349
Rudolf DEKKER, Labour Conflicts and Working-Class Culture in Early Modern Holland, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 377
Peter BURKE, The Annales in Global Context, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 421
Leo van ROSSUM, Western Studies of Soviet Labour during the Thirties, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 433
   Book Reviews, p. 454
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 469
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 507
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 35, 1990, p. 515

International Review of Social History 36, 1991
Friedrich LENGER, Beyond Exceptionalism: Notes on the Artisanal Phase of the Labour Movement in France, England, Germany and the United States, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 1
Derek MATTHEWS, 1889 And All That: New Views on the New Unionism, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 24
John C. LOVELL, Collective Bargaining and the Emergence of National Employer Organisation in the British Shipbuilding Industry, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 59
Reinhold REITH, The Social History of Craft in Germany. A New Edition of the Work of Rudolf Wissell, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 92
   Book Reviews, p. 103
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 119
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 153
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 157
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 161
Frank BROEZE, Militancy and Pragmatism: An International Perspective on Maritime Labour, 1870-1914, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 165
M.J.D. ROBERTS, Reshaping the Gift Relationship: The London Medicity Society and the Suppression of Begging in England, 1818-1869, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 201
Helga SCHULTZ, Social Differnces in Mortality in the Eighteenth Century: An Analysis of Berlin Church Registers, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 232
Richard PRICE, The Future of British Labour History, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 249
Ahlrich MEYER, Socialism as a Cultural Movement?, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 261
   Book Reviews, p. 275
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 291
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 317
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 325
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 329
Angel SMITH, Social Conflict and Trade-Union Organisation in the Catalan Textile Industry, 1890-1914, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 331
Vincent GEOGHEGAN, Ralahine: An Irish Owenite community (1831-1833), in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 377
Mark LEIER, Which Side Are They On? Some Suggestions for the Labour Bureaucracy Debate, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 412
Gregory CLAEYS, The State, the Bourgeoisie and Critical Criticism, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 428
   Book Reviews, p. 436
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 463
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 490
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 493
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 36, 1991, p. 497

International Review of Social History 37, 1992
E.M. BECK; Stewart E. TOLNAY, A Season for Violence. The Lynching of Blacks and Labor Demand in the Agricultural Production Cycle in the American South, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 1
Rich HALPERN, Race, Ethnicity and Union in the Chicago Stockyards, 1917-1922, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 25
Pieter van DUIN, White Building Workers and Coloured Competition in the South African Labour Market, c. 1890-1940, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 59
Rod AYA, The Anatomy of "Social" Revolution; or, The Comparative Method as a Confidence Game, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 91
   Book Reviews, p. 99
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 123
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 150
Michael SEIDMAN, Women's Subversive Individualism in Barcelona during the 1930s, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 161
Graham WALKER, The Orange Order in Scotland between the Wars, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 177
Mark BEVIR, The British Social Democratic Federation 1880-1885: From O'Brienism to Marxism, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 207
Michael S. SMITH, The Méline Tariff as Social Protection: Rhetoric or Reality?, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 230
Herman LEBOVICS, Economic Positivism as Rhetoric, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 244
Michael S. SMITH, Reply to Professor Lebovics, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 252
Gregor BENTON, Wang Ming Revisited: A New Look at the Chinese Second United Front, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 255
   Book Reviews, p. 263
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 282
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 304
Karl M. METZ, From Pauperism to Social Policy: Towards a Historical Theory of Social Policy, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 329
Jeremy BRECHER; Erik OLSSEN, The Power of Shop Culture: The Labour Process in the New Zealand Railway Workshops, 1890-1930, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 350
Michael O. WEST, "Equal Rights for All Civilized Men": Elite Africans and the Quest for "European" Liquor in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1924-1961, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 376
Julián CASANOVA, Anarchism, Revolution and Civil War in Spain: The Challenge of Social History, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 398
   Book Reviews, p. 405
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 417
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 37, 1992, p. 443

International Review of Social History 38, 1993
Catharina LIS; Hugo SOLY, Neighbourhood Social Change in West-European Cities: Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 1
Andy WOOD, Social Conflict and Change in the Mining Communities of North-West Derbyshire, c. 1600-1700, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 31
James E. CRONIN, Neither Exceptional nor Peculiar: Towards the Comparative Study of Labor in Advance Society, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 59
Siep STUURMAN, Liberalism, Labour and State-Formation in Ninteenth-Century Europe [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 76
   Book Reviews, p. 85
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 101
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 129
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 130
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 133
Bryan D. PALMER, Critical Theory, Historical Materialism and the Ostensible End of Marxism: The Poverty of Theory Revisited, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 133
Karl Heinz ROTH; Karsten LINNE, Searching for Lost Archives: New documentation on the pillage of trade union archives and libraries by the Deutsche Arbeitsfront (1938-1941) and on the fate of trade union documents in the postwar era [Documents], in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 163
Leo LUCASSEN, A Blind Spot: Migratory and Travelling Groups in Western European Historiography [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 209
Bent GRAVESEN, The Evolution of Industrial Conflict in Scandinavia [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 237
   Book Reviews, p. 245
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 261
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 289
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 297
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 300
   Obituary: E.P. Thompson (1924-1993], in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. I [p. 300/301]
Victor SILVERMAN, Popular Bases of the International Labor Movement in the United States and Britain, 1939-1949, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 301
Colin P. GRIFFIN, "Three Days Down the Pit and Three Days Play": Underemployment in the East Midland Coalfields between the Wars, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 321
Gita DENECKERE, The Transforming Impact of Collective Action: Belgium 1886, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 345
Jürgen KOCKA, Comparative Historical Research: German Examples [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 369
   Book Reviews, p. 381
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 397
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 443
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 447
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 38, 1993, p. 455

International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993: Marcel van der LINDEN (ed.), The end of labour history? (International Review of Social History Supplement 1), Cambridge 1993
Marcel van der LINDEN, Editorial [to Supplement "The end of labour history?"], in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 1
Carville EARLE, Divisions of Labor: The Splintered Geography of Labor Markets and Movements in Industrializing America 1790-1930, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 5
Alf LÜDTKE, Polymorphous Synchrony: German Industrial Workers and the Politics of Everyday Life, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 39
Hartmut ZWAHR, Class Formation and the Labor Movement as the Subject of Dialectic Social History, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 85
Gottfried KORFF, History of Symbols as Social History? Ten preliminary notes on the image and sign systems of social movements in Germany, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 105
David ROEDIGER, Race and the Working-Class Past in the United States: Multiple identities and the Future of labor History, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 127
Sonya O. ROSE, Gender and Labor History: The nineteenth-century legacy, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 145
Marcel van der LINDEN, Connecting Household History and Labour History, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 163
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 38 (Supplement), 1993, p. 175

International Review of Social History 39, 1994
John K. WALTON; Jenny SMITH, The Rhetoric of Community and the Business of Pleasure: the San Sebastián Waiters' Strike of 1920, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 1
John BELCHEM, "Freedom and Friendship to Ireland": Ribbonism in Early Nineteenth-Century Liverpool, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 33
Joyce M. MASTBOOM, Guild or Union? A Case Study of Rural Dutch Weavers, 1682-1750, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 57
Bernd Jürgen WARNEKEN, "Forward, But Forgetting Northing!" The Shift in the Use and Meaning of Socialist Symbolism in East Germany since 1989, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 77
Fritz PETRICK; Michael F. SCHOLZ, Norwegian Labour History [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 93
   Book Reviews, p. 101
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 115
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 147
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 157
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 163
Ian PHIMISTER, Lashers and Leviathan: The 1954 Coalminers' Strike in Colonial Zimbabwe, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 165
Daniel GUTWEIN, Russian "Official Antisemitism" Reconsidered: Socio-Economic Aspects of Tsarist Jewish Policy, 1881-1905, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 197
Norah CARLIN, Liberty and Fraternities in the English Revolution: The Politics of London Artisans' Protests, 1635-1659, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 223
Tom BRASS, Some Observations on Unfree Labour, Capitalist Restructuring and Deprotetarianization, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 255
   Book Reviews, p. 277
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 291
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 325
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 326
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 333
David MONTGOMERY, Labor and the Political Leadership of New Deal America, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 335
Erik van REE, Stalin's Bolshevism: The First Decade, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 361
Peter ACKERS, Colliery Deputies in the British Coal Industry before Nationalization, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 383
Eileen BORIS, The Home as a Workplace: Deconstructing Dichotomies [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 415
Karl Heinz ROTH, Revisionist Tendencies in Historical Research into German Fascism [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 429
   Book Reviews, p. 457
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 473
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 517
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 525
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 39, 1994, p. 531

International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994: Catharina LIS; Jan LUCASSEN; Hugo SOLY (eds.), Before the unions. Wage earners and collective action in Europe, 1300-1850 (International Review of Social History Supplement 2), Cambridge 1994
Catharina LIS; Jan LUCASSEN; Hugo SOLY, Introduction [to Supplement "Before the unions. Wage earners and collective action in Europe, 1300-1850"], in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 1
Catharina LIS; Hugo SOLY, "An Irresistible Phanalx": Journeymen Associations in Western Europe, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 11
Jan MATERNÉ, Chapel Members in the Workplace: Tension and Teamwork in the Printing Trades in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 53
Anders FLORÉN, Social Organization of Work and Labour Conflicts in Proto-Industrial Iron Production in Sweden, Belgium and Russia, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 53
Christian SIMON, Labour Relations at Manufactures in the Eighteenth Century: The Calico Printers in Europe, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 115
Karel DAVIDS, Seamen's Organizations and Social Protest in Europe, c. 1300-1825, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 145
Jan LUCASSEN, The Other Proletarians: Seasonal Labourers, Mercenaries and Miners, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 171
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 39 (Supplement), 1994, p. 195

International Review of Social History 40, 1995
Vijay PRASHAD, Marks of Capital: Colonialism and the Sweepers of Delhi, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 1-30
Roger FAGGE, "Citizens of this Great Republic": Politics and the West Virginia Miners, 1900-1922, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 31-50
Norman CAULFIELD, Wobblies and Mexican Workers in Mining and Petroleum, 1905-1924, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 51-76
Utsa PATNAIK, On Capitalism and Agrestic Unfreedom, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 77-92
Tom BRASS, Reply to Utsa Patnaik: if the Cap Fits …, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 93-117
Behrooz GHAMARI-TABRIZI, Islam and the Emergence of Modernity [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 119-124
Arthur MITZMAN, On the Use and Abuse of Biography: Lenger's Sombart [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 125-132
   Book Reviews, p. 133-145
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 147-181
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 183-185
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 187-92
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 193
Ibrahim ABDULLAH, "Liberty or Death": Working-Class Agitation and the Labour Question in Colonial Freetown, 1938-1939, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 195-221
Andrea GRAZIOSI, Stalin's Antiworker "Workerism", 1924-1931, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 223-258
Ruth KINNA, Kropotkin's Theory of Mutual Aid in Historical Context, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 259-283
Marcel van der LINDEN, Keeping Distance: Alf Lüdtke's "Decentred" Labour History [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 285-294
   Book Reviews, p. 295-314
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 315-344
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 345-357
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 359-364
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 365
Joan CASANOVAS, Slavery, the Labour Market and Spanish Colonialism in Cuba, 1850-1890, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 367-382
Antony TAYLOR, "Commons-Stealers", "Land-Grabbers" and "Jerry-Builders": Space, Popular Radicalism and the Politics of Public Access in London, 1848-1880, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 383-407
Lyman L. JOHNSON, The Competition of Slave and Free Labor in Artisanal Production: Buenos Aires, 1770-1815, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 409-424
Siep STUURMAN, A Millennium of European State Formation [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 425-441
Ahlrich MEYER, The Poverty of "Protest Research" [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 443-459
   Book Reviews, p. 461-476
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 477-510
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 511
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 513-518
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 40, 1995, p. 521

International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995: Charles TILLY (ed.), Citizenship, Identity and Social History (International Review of Social History Supplement 3), Cambridge 1995
Charles TILLY, Citizenship, Identity and Social History, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 1-17
Marc W. STEINBERG, "The great End of All Government …": Working People's Construction of Citizenship Claims in Early Nineteenth-Century Endland and the Matter of Class, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 19-50
Bernhard EBBINGHAUS, The Siamese Twins: Citizenship Rights, Cleavage Formation and Party-Union Relations in Western Europe, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 51-89
Miriam COHEN; Michael HANAGAN, Politics, Industrialization and Citizenship: Unemployment Policy in England, France and the United States, 1890-1950, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 91-129
Ann MISCHE, Projecting Democracy: The Formation of Citizenship Across Youth Networks in Brazil, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 131-158
Anthony W. MARX, Contested Citizenship: The Dynamics of Racial Identity and Social Movements, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 159-183
Eiko IKEGAMI, Citizenship and National Identity in Early Meiji Japan, 1868-1889: A Comparative Assessment, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 185-221
Charles TILLY, The Emergence of Citizenship in France and Elsewhere, in: International Review of Social History 40 (Supplement), 1995, p. 223-236

International Review of Social History 41, 1996
Steve A. SMITH, Workers, the Intelligentsia and Marxist Parties: St Petersburg, 1895-1917 and Shanghai 1921-1927, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 1-56
Robert STUART, "Calm, with a Grave and Serious Temperament, rather Male". French Marxism, Gender and Feminism, 1882-1905, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 57-82
John J. BREUILLY, Bourgeois Pursuits [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 83-91
   Book Reviews, p. 93-105
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 107-136
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 137
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 138-140
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 141
Anthony CAREW, Conflict within the ICFTU: Anti-Communism and Anti-Colonialism in the 1950s, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 147-181
Christoph NONN, Putting Radicalism to the Test: German Social Democracy and the 1905 Suffrage Demonstrations in Dresden, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 183-208
Ellen Meiksins WOOD, Capitalism, Merchants and Bourgeois Revolution: Reflections on the Brenner Debate and its Sequel, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 209-232
   Book Reviews, p. 233-251
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 253-282
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 283-298
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 299-301
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 302
Karen HAGEMANN, Of "Old" and "New" Housewives: Everyday Housework and the Limits of Household Rationalization in the Urban Working-Class Milieu of the Weimar Republic, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 305-330
Paul KELEMEN, In the Name of Socialism: Zionism and European Social Democracy in the Inter-War Years, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 331-350
Bruce NELSON, Class, Race and Democracy in the CIO: The "New" Labor History Meets the "Wages of Whiteness", in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 351-374
Elizabeth FAUE, "Anti-Heroes of the Working Class": A Response to Bruce Nelson, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 375-388
Thomas J. SUGRUE, Segmented Work, Race-Conscious Workers: Structure, Agency and Division in the CIO Era, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 389-406
Bruce NELSON, Working-Class Agency and Racial Inequality, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 407-420
   Book Reviews, p. 421-435
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 437-467
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 469-474
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 475-477
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 41, 1996, p. 478

International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996: Shahid AMIND; Marcel van der LINDEN (eds.), "Peripheral" Labour? Studies in the History of Partial Proletarianization (International Review of Social History Supplement 4), Cambridge 1996
Shahid AMIND; Marcel van der LINDEN, Introduction [to Supplement 4: "'Peripheral' Labour? Studies in the History of Partial Proletarianization"], in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 1-7
Gyan PRAKASH, Colonialism, Capitalism and the Discourse of Freedom, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 9-25
Erick D. LANGER, The Barriers to Proletarianization: Bolivian Mine Labour, 1826-1918, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 27-51
Juan A. GIUSTI-CORDERO, Labour, Ecology and History in a Puerto Rican Plantation Region: "Classic" Rural Proletarians Revisited, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 53-82
Dilip SIMEON, Coal and Colonialism: Production Relations in an Indian Coalfield, c. 1895-1947, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 83-108
Madhavi KALE, "Capital Spectacles in British Frames": Capital, Empire and Indian Indentured Migration into the British Caribbean, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 109-133
Samita SEN, Unsettling the Household: Act VI (of 1901) and the Regulation of Women Migrants in Colonial Bengal, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 135-156
Alain FAURE, Sordid Class, Dangerous Class? Observations on Parisian Ragpickers and their Cités during the Nineteenth Century, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 157-176
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 41 (Supplement), 1996, p. 177

International Review of Social History 42, 1997
Kevin WHITSTON, Worker Resistance and Taylorism in Britain, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 1-24
Klaus-Michael MALLMANN, Social Penetration and Police Action: Collaboration Structures in the Repertory of Gestapo Archives, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 25-43
Norman CAULFIELD, Mexican State Development Policy and Labor Internationalism, 1945-1958, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 45-66
Jürgen KOCKA, New Trends in Labour Movement Historiography: A German Perspective [Suggestions and Debates], in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 67-78
Behrooz GHAMARI-TABRIZI, Postmodernity and the Emergence of Islamist Movements [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 79-90
   Book Reviews, p. 91-110
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 111-145
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 147-150
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 151-156
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 157
Asef BAYAT, Workless Revolutionaries: The Unemployed Movement in Revolutionary Iran, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 159-185
David de VRIES, Productive Clerks: White-Collar Productivism and State-Building in Palestine's Jewish Community, 1920-1950, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 187-218
Klaus WEINHAUER, Labour Market, Work Mentality and Syndicalism: Dock Labour in the United States and Hamburg, 1900-1950s, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 219-252
Jeffrey BORTZ, "Without Any More Law Than Their Own Caprice": Cotton Textile Workers and the Challenge to Factory Authority during the Mexican Revolution, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 253-288
   Book Reviews, p. 289-304
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 305-335
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 337-350
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 351-356
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 357
John GAL, Unemployment Insurance, Trade Unions and the Strange Case of the Israeli Labour Movement, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 357-396
Karin SCHNIEDEWIND, Life-Long Work or Well-Deserved Leisure in Old Age? Conceptions of Old Age within the French and German Labour Movements in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 397-418
Brigitte STUDER; Berthold UNFRIED, At the Beginning of a History: Visions of the Comintern after the Opening of the Archives [Survey], in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 419-446
Marcel van der LINDEN, The Historical Limit of Workers' Protest. Moishe Postone, Krisis and the "Commodity Logic" [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 447-458
Utsa PATNAIK, Capitalism and Unfreedom, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 459-461
   Book Reviews, p. 463-486
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 487518
   News of the Profession, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 519-520
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 521-523
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 42, 1997, p. 524

International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997: Angélique JANSSENS (ed.), The Rise and Decline of the Male Breadwinner Family? (International Review of Social History Supplement 5), Cambridge 1997
Angélique JANSSENS, The Rise and Decline of the Male Breadwinner Family? An Overview of the Debate, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 1-23
Sarah HORRELL; Jane HUMPHRIES, The Origins and Expansion of the Male Breadwinner Family: The Case of Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 25-64
Samita SEN, Gendered Exclusion: Domesticity and Dependence in Bengal, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 65-86
Lina GÁLVEZ-MUÑOZ, Breadwinning Patterns and Family Exogenous Factors: Workers at the Tobacco Factory of Seville during the Industrialization Process, 1887-1945, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 87-128
Michael HANAGAN, Family, Work and Wages: the Stéphanois Region of France, 1840-1914, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 129-151
Lena SOMMESTAD, Welfare State Attitudes to the Male Breadwinning System: The United States and Sweden in Comparative Perspective, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 153-174
Chrstine von OERTZEN; Almut RIETZSCHEL, Comparing the Post-War Germanies: Breadwinner Ideology and Women's Employment in the Divided Nation, 1948-1970, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 175-196
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 42 (Supplement), 1997, p. 197

International Review of Social History 43, 1998
Harald DECEULAER, Guildsmen, Entrepreneurs and Market Segments: The Case of the Garment Trades in Antwerp and Ghent (Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries), in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 1-29
Johan DAMBRUYNE, Guilds, Social Mobility and Status in Sixteenth-Century Ghent, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 31-78
Dick van LENTE, Machines and the Order of the Harbour: The Debate about the Introduction of Grain Unloaders in Rotterdam, 1905-1907, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 79-109
Sharif GEMIE, Octave Mirbeau and the Changing nature of Right-Wing Political Culture: France, 1870-1914, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 111-135
   Book Reviews, p. 137-160
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 161-193
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 195200
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 201
David R. GREEN, Lines of Conflict: Labour Disputes in London, 1790-1870, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 203-233
Robin HAINES; Margrette KLEINIG; Deborah OXLEY, Eric RICHARDS, Migration and Opportunity: An Antipodean Perspective, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 235-263
Ben MADDISON, Labour Commodification and Skilled Selves in Late Nineteenth-Century Australia [Suggestions and Debates], in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 265-286
   Book Reviews, p. 287-314
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 315-345
Jaap HAAG, Guide to the International Archives and Collections at the ISSH: Supplement over 1997, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 347-360
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 361366
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 367
Sigrid KOCH-BAUMGARTEN, Trade Union Regime Formation under the Conditions of Globalization in the Transport Sector: Attempts at Transnational Trade Union Regulation of Flag-of-Convenience Shipping, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 369-402
Jan LUCASSEN; Erik Jan ZÜRCHER, Conscription as Military Labour: The Historical Context, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 405-419
Khaled FAHMY, The Nation and Its Deserters: Conscription in Mehmed Ali's Egypt, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 421-436
Erik Jan ZÜRCHER, The Ottoman Conscription System, 1844-1914, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 437-449
Stephanie CRONIN, Conscription and Popular Resistance in Itan, 1925-1941, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 451-471
   Book Reviews, p. 473-498
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 499-534
   US Prizes for IRSH Articles on Latin America, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 535
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 537-541
   Referees 1996-1998, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 543-544
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 43, 1998, p. 545

International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998: Larry J. GRIFFIN; Marcel van der LINDEN (eds.), New Methods for Social History (International Review of Social History Supplement 6), Cambridge 1998
Larry J. GRIFFIN; Marcel van der LINDEN, Introduction [to Supplement "New Methods for Social History"], in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 3-8
Larry ISAAC; Larry CHRISTIANSEN; Jamie MILLER; Tim NICKEL, Temporally Recursive Regression and Social Historical Inquiry: An Example of Cross-Movement Militancy Spillover, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 9-32
Holly J. MCCAMMON, Using Event History Analysis in Historical Research. With Illustrations from a Study of the Passage of Women's Protective Legislation, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 33-55
Glenn DEANE; E.M. BECK; Stewart E. TOLNAY, Incorporating Space into Social Histories: How Spatial Processes Operate and How We Observe Them, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 57-80
Roberto FRANZOSI, Narrative as Data: Linguistic and Statistical Tools for the Quantitative Study of Historical Events, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 81-104
Charles C. RAGIN, The Logic of Qualitative Comparative Analysis, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 105-124
Charles WETHERELL, Historical Social Network Analysis, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 125-144
Larry J. GRIFFIN; Robert R. KORSTAD, Historical Inference and Event-Structure Analysis, in: International Review of Social History 43 (Supplement), 1998, p. 145-165

International Review of Social History 44, 1999
Peter SHAPELY, Charity, Status and Parliamentary Candidates in Manchester: A Consideration of Electoral and Charity Fields and the Social Basis of Power, 1832-1910, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 1-21
Steve KING, Chance Encounters? Paths to Household Formation in Early Modern England, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 23-46
John R. GILLIS, "A Triumph of Hope over Experience": Chance and Choice in the History of Marriage, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 47-54
Richard WALL, Beyond the Household: Marriage, Household Formation and the Role of Kin and Neighbours, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 55-67
Steven KING, Chance, Choice and Calculation in the Process of "Getting Married": A Reply to John R. Gillis and Richard Wall, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 69-76
Ratna SAPTARI, Rethinking Domestic Service [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 77-85
   Book Reviews, p. 87-117
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 119-149
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 151-155
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 157
Ravi AHUJA, The Origins of Colonial Labour Policy in Late Eighteenth-Century Madras, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 159-195
Chris EVANS, Work and Workloads during Industrialization: The Experience of Forgement in the British Iron Industry 1750-1850, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 197-215
Ruth A. FRAGER, Labour History and the Interlocking Hierarchies of Class, Ethnicity and Gender: A Canadian Perspective, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 217-247
Jan BREMAN, Industrial Labour in Post-Colonial India. I: Industrializing the Economy and Formalizing Labour, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 249-300
   Book Reviews, p. 301-324
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 325-354
   Guide to the International Archives and Collections at the ISSH: New Edition in 1999, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 355
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 357-361
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 363
   Leo van Rossum (1938-1999) [obituary; necrologie], in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 365-366
Carl STRIKWERDA, Tides of Migration, Currents of History: The State, Economy and the Transatlantic Movement of Labor in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 367-394
Alistair MUTCH, Unions and Information, Britain 1900-1960 an Essay in the History of Information, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 395-417
Erik OLSSEN; Hamish JAMES, Social Mobility and Class Formation: The Worklife Social Mobility of Men in a New Zealand Suburb, 1902-1928, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 419-449
Jan BREMEN, Industrial Labour in Post-Colonial India. II: Employment in the Informal-Sector Economy, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 451-483
   Book Reviews, p. 485-508
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 509-538
   Résumés, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 539-544
   Notes on Contributors, in: International Review of Social History 44, 1999, p. 545

International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999: Eileen BORIS; Angélique JANSSENS (eds.), Complicating Categories: Gender, Class, Race and Ethnicity (International Review of Social History Supplement 7), Cambridge 1999
Eileen BORIS; Angélique JANSSENS, Complicating Categories: An Introduction, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 1-13
Sandra E. GREENE, Family Concerns: Gender and Ethnicity in Pre-Colonial West Africa, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 15-31
Ileen A. DEVAULT, Narratives Serially Constructed and Lived: Ethnicity in Cross-Gender Strikes 1887-1903, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 33-52
Laura Dudley JENKINS, Competing Inequalities: The Struggle Over Reserved Legislative Seats for Women in India, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 53-75
Michele MITCHELL, "The Black Man's Burden": African Americans, Imperialism and Notions of Racial Manhod 1890-1910, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 77-99
Raelene FRANCES, Sex Workers or Citizens? Prostitution and the Saping of "Settler" Society in Australia, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 101-122
Laura Levine FRADER, From Muscles to Nerves: Gender, "Race" and the Body at Work in France 1919-1939, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 123-147
Fatima EL-TAYEB, "Blood Is a Very Special Juice": Racialized Bodies and Citizenship in Twentieth-Century Germany, in: International Review of Social History 44 (Supplement), 1999, p. 149-169

International Review of Social History 45, 2000
Marta VICENTE, Artisans and Work in a Barcelona Cotton Factory (1770-1816), in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 1-23
Neville KIRK, "Peculiarities" versus "Exceptions": The Shaping of the American Federation of Labor's Politics during the 1890s and 1900s, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 25-50
Kevin CALLAHAN, "Performing Inter-Nationalism" in Stuttgart in 1907: French and German Socialist Nationalism and the Political Culture of an International Socialist Congress, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 51-87
Clive EMSLEY, The Policeman as Worker: A Comparative Survey, c. 1800-1940, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 89-110
   Book Reviews, p. 111-130
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 131-161
Marcelo J. BORGES, Migration Systems in Southern Portugal: Regional and Transatlantic Circuits of Labor Migration in the Algarve (Eighteenth-Twentieth Centuries), in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 171-208
Carl LEVY, Currents of Italian Syndicalism before 1926, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 209-250
Melanie NOLAN, Unstitching the New Zealand State: Its Role in Domesticity and Its Decline [Suggestions and Debates], in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 251-277
John D. FRENCH, The Latin American Labor Studies Boom [Survey], in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 279-308
   Book Reviews, p. 309-334
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 335-364
Ayodeji OLUKOJU, Self-Help Criminality as Resistance? Currency Counterfeiting in Colonia Nigeria, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 385-407
Ricardo D. SALVATORE, Repertoires of Coercion and Market Culture in Nineteenth-Century Buenos Aires Province, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 409-448
Peter SCOTT, Women, Other "Fresh" Workers and the New Manufacturing Workforce of Interwar Britain, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 449-474
Jim HAGAN; Andrew WELLS, Brassed-Off: The Question of Labour Unfreedom Revisited [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 475-485
   Book Reviews, p. 487-512
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 45, 2000, p. 513-544

International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000: Laurence FONTAINE; Jürgen SCHLUMBOHM (eds.), Household Strategies for Survival 1600-2000: Fission, Faction and Cooperation (International Review of Social History Supplement 8), Cambridge 2000
Laurence FONTAINE; Jürgen SCHLUMBOHM, Household Strategies for Survival: An Introduction, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 1-17
Thomas SOKOLL, Negotiating a Living: Essex Pauper Letters from London, 1800-1834, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 19-46
Jeremy BOULTON, "It Is Extreme necessity That Makes Me Do This": Some "Survival Strategies" of Pauper Households in London's West End during the Early Eighteenth Century, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 47-69
Montserrat CARBONELL-ESTELLER, Using Microcredit and Restructuring Households: Two Complementary Survivial Strategies in Late Eighteenth-Century Barcelona, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 71-92
Sabine ULLMANN, Poor Jewish Families in Early Modern Rural Swabia, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 93-113
Dennis A. FREY Jr., industrious Households: Survivial Strategies of Artisans in a Southwest German Town during the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 115-135
Alain MARIE, Individualization Strategies among City Dwellers in Contemporary Africa: Balancing the Shortcomings of Community Solidarity and the Individualism of the Struggle for Survival, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 137-157
Hotze LONT, Finding the Right Balance: Financial Self-Help Organizations as Sources of Security and Insecurity in Urban Indonesia, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 159-177
Danyu WANG, Stepping on Two Boats: Urban Strategies of Chinese Peasants and Their Children, in: International Review of Social History 45 (Supplement), 2000, p. 179-196

International Review of Social History 46, 2001
Keumsoo HONG, The Geography of Time and Labor in the Late Antebellum American Rural South: Fin-de-Servitude Time-Consciousness, Contested Labor and Plantation Capitalism, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 1-27
Karl Christian FÜHRER, Pawning in German Working-Class Life before the First World War, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 29-44
Roger BURT; Sandra KIPPEN, Rational Choice and a Lifetime in Metal Mining: Employment Decisions by Nineteenth-Century Cornish Miners, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 45-75
   Book Reviews, p. 77-110
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 111-146
Anna LINDBERG, Class, Caste and Gender among Cashew Workers in the South Indian State of Kerala, 1930-2000, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 155-184
Venus GREEN, Race, Gender and National Identity in the American and British Telephone Industries, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 185-205
Andrew BONNELL, "Cheap and Nasty": German Goods, Socialism and the 1876 Philadelphia World Fair, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 207-226
Manuel PÉREZ LEDESMA, Studies on Anticlericalism in Contemporary Spain, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 227-255
   Book Reviews, p. 257-284
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 285-320
Jaap HAAG, Guide to the International Archives and Collections at the IISH: Supplement over 2000, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 321-334
Mary HILSON, Labour Politics in a Naval Dockyard: The Case of Karlskrona, Sweden, c. 1880-1925, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 341-369
Linda REEDER, Conflict across the Atlantic: Women, Family and Mass Male Migration in Sicily, 1880-1920, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 371-391
Willem van SCHENDEL, Working through Partition: Making a Living in the Bengal Borderlands, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 393-421
Marcel van der LINDEN, Global Labor History and "the Modern World-System": Thoughts at the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Fernand Braudel Center, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 423-459
   Book Reviews, p. 461-484
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 46, 2001, p. 485-518

International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001: Lex Heerma van VOSS (ed.), Petitions in Social History (International Review of Social History Supplement 9), Cambridge 2001
Lex Heerma van VOSS, Introduction [to Supplement 9: "Petitions in Social History"], in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 1-10
Andreas WÜRGLER, Voices from Among the "Silent Masses": Humble Petitions and Social Conflicts in Early Modern Central Europe, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 11-34
Cecilia NUBOLA, Supplications between Politics and Justice: The Northern and Central Italian States in the Early Modern Age, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 35-56
Marcia Schmidt BLAINE, The Power of Petitions: Women and the New Hampshire Provincial Government, 1695-1700, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 57-77
Gilbert SHAPIRO; John MARKOFF, Officially Solicited Petitions: The Cahiers de Doléances as a Historical Source, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 79-106
Potukuchi SWARNALATHA, Revolt, Testimony, Petition: Artisanal Protests in Colonial Andhra, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 107-129
Ken LUNN; Ann DAY, Deference and Defiance: The Changing Nature of Petitioning in British Naval Dockyards, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 131-150
Carola LIPP; Lothar KREMPEL, Petitions and the Social Context of Political Mobilization in the Revolution of 1848/49: A Microhistorical Actor-Centered Network Analysis, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 151-169
Oleg G. BUKHOVETS, The Image of Jews in Byelorussia: Petitions as a Source for Popular Consciousness in the Early Twentieth Century, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 171-184
Rebecca NEDOSTUP; Liang HONG-MING, "Begging the Sages of the Party-State": Citizenship and Government in Transition in Nationalist China, 1927-1937, in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 185-207
Nancy K. OTA, Private Matters: Family and Race and the Post-World-War-II Translation of "American", in: International Review of Social History 46 (Supplement), 2001, p. 209-234

International Review of Social History 47, 2002
Matthew THOMAS, Anarcho-Feminism in Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain, 1880-1914, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 1-31
Tânia ÜNLÜDAĞ, Bourgeois Mentality and Socialist Ideology as Exemplified by Clara Zetkin's Constructs of Femininity, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 33-58
Naomi SEGAL, Compulsory Arbitration and the Western Australian Gold Mining Industry: A Re-Examination of the Inception of Compulsory Arbitration in Western Australia, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 59-100
Wilfried REININGHAUS, Artisans: Comparative-Historical Explorations [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 101-113
   Book Reviews, p. 115-139
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 141-176
Malcolm MCLAUGHLIN, Reconsidering the East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 187-212
Haia SHPAYER-MAKOV, Relinking Work and Leisure in Late Victorian and Edwardian England: The Emergence of a Police Subculture, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 213-241
Mary Louise NAGATA, Migration and Networks in Early Modern Kyoto, Japan, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 243-259
Alec GORDON; Napat SIRISAMBHAND, Evidence for Thailand's Missing Social History: Thai Women in Old Mural Paintings, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 261-275
Patrick PASTURE, A Century of International Trade Unionism [Review Essay], in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 277-289
   Book Reviews, p. 291-316
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 317-351
Keith MANN, Political Identity and Worker Politics: Silk and Metalworkers in Lyon, 1900-1914, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 375-405
Onur YILDIRIM, Ottoman Guilds as a Setting for Ethno-Religious Conflict: The Case of the Silk-Thread Spinners' Guild in Istanbul [Research Note], in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 407-419
Pier Paolo VIAZZO; Katherine A. LYNCH, Anthropolgy, Family History and the Concept of Strategy, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 423-452
Theo ENGELEN, Labour Strategies of Families: A Critical Assessment of an Appealing Concept, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 453-464
Jan KOK, The Challenge of Strategy: A Comment, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 465-485
   Book Reviews, p. 487-509
   Bibliography, in: International Review of Social History 47, 2002, p. 511-542

International Review of Social History 47 (Supplement), 2002: Bert ALTENA; Marcel van der LINDEN (eds.), De-industrialization: Social, Cultural and Political Aspects (International Review of Social History Supplement 10), Cambridge 2002
Bert ALTENA; Marcel van der LINDEN, Preface [to Supplement 10: De-industrialization: Social, Cultural and Political Aspects], in: International Review of Social History 47 (Supplement), 2002, p. 1-2
Christopher H. JOHNSON, Introduction: De-industrialization and Globalization, in: International Review of Social History 47 (Supplement), 2002, p. 3-33
Franco BARCHIESI; Bridget KENNY, From Workshop to Wasteland: De-industrialization and Fragmentation of the Black Working Class on the East Rand (South Africa), 1990-1999, in: International Review of Social History 47 (Supplement), 2002, p. 35-63
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