Book reviews in Labour History Review Volume 86 (2021), Issue 3

The books listed below are reviewed in Labour History Review (2021), 86, (3), 453-473. Find out more.

Steve Tombs reviews Jeremy Milloy and Joan Sangster (eds), The Violence of Work: New Essays in Canadian and US Labour History, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021, pp. vii + 200, p/b, £32.95, ISBN 978 14875 23435

Josh Gibson reviews James Epstein and David Karr, British Jacobin Politics, Desires, and Aftermaths: Seditious Hearts, Abingdon: Routledge, 2021, pp. i + 404, h/b, £120, ISBN 978 03674 64448

Paul Pickering reviews Emma Harris, Bartłomiej Beniowski 1800-1867: Cosmopolitical Chartist and Revolutionary Refugee, Warsaw: Wydawnictwa Uniwwersytetu Warszawiego (Warsaw University Press), 2019, pp. 598, p/b, £15.28, ISBN 978 83235 3636

Keith Laybourn reviews Yaara Benger Alaluf, The Emotional Economy of Holidaymaking: Health, Pleasure, and Class in Britain, 1870-1918, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021, pp. xi + 196, h/b, £65, ISBN 978 10988 66152

Jessica Thorne reviews Frank Jacob and Mario Keßler (eds), Transatlantic Radicalism: Socialist and Anarchist Exchanges in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021, pp. viii + 270, h/b, £95, ISBN 978 18008 59609

James Jaffe reviews Yann Béliard and Neville Kirk (eds), Workers of the Empire, Unite: Radical and Popular Challenges to British Imperialism, 1910s-1960s, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021, pp. xviii + 336, h/b, £95, ISBN 978 18008 59685

Francis Devine reviews Liam Cullinane, Working in Cork: Everyday Life in Irish Steel, Sunbeam Wolsey & the Ford Marina Plant, 1917-2001, Cork: Cork University Press, 2020, pp. xvi + 304, h/b, €35, ISBN 978 17820 54139

Dave Lyddon reviews Jim Moher, Walter Citrine: Forgotten Statesman of the Trades Union Congress, London: JGM Books, 2021, pp. xxii + 377, h/b, £24.99, ISBN 978 09557 10728

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