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Women's Labor History
Women's Labor History, 1790-1945
Lois Rita Helmbold and Ann Schofield
Reviews in American History
Vol. 17, No. 4 (Dec., 1989), pp. 501-518
Rebel Girls and Union Maids
Rebel Girls and Union Maids: The Woman Question in the Journals of the AFL and IWW, 1905-1920
Feminism and the Labor Movement
Boris, E., & Orleck, A. (2011). FEMINISM AND THE LABOR MOVEMENT: A Century of Collaboration and Conflict. New Labor Forum, (1). 33.
Fron Line or All Fronts? Women's Trade Unkion Activism in Retail Services
Conley, H. (2005). Front line or all fronts? Women's trade union activism in retail services. Gender, Work And Organization, 12(5), 479-496. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2005.00285
MARCH 8: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY