First published 2014 by Baywood Publishing Company, Inc.
Formatted Contents Note
ch. 1. Introduction / Robert Forrant and Jurg Siegenthaler ch. 2. "'Believe comrades. the day is coming when those at the end of their rope will require struggle. It will be, perhaps, tomorrow.' Franco-Belgian immigrants and the 1912 strike" / Janelle Bourgeois ch. 3. The Committee of Ten : the local heroes who faced Lawrence's mill men and won in 1912 / Clarisse A. Poirier ch. 4. In harm's way : the Lawrence Textile Strike children's affair / Lawrence Cappello ch. 5. Why labor won : tactical innovation, failed repression, and turning points in the Bread and Roses Strike / Robert Biggert ch. 6. The parades : evolving views of God and country and the IWW in Lawrence / Ken Estey ch. 7. The "American dream" and the 1912 Lawrence Textile Strike / Frank Fletcher ch. 8. Voices of labor militancy in Lawrence, 1912-1931 / Ethan Snow ch. 9. Striking women : Massachusetts mill workers in the wake of Bread and Roses, 1912-1913 / Anne Mattina and Domenique Ciavattone ch. 10. The Triangle Fire centennial commemoration / Adrienne Sosin and Joel Sosinsky ch.11. The cloth from which we are cut : using music, narration, and images to tell the story of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire / Vicki Gabriner and Linda Stern ch. 12. Lessons learned : a comparison of the textile and apparel industry of early 19th-century Lawrence and Lowell with China today / Virginia M. Noon ch. 13. Bread and Roses : why the legend lives on / Robert Ross.