No. 1 Themes: Marxism and the Eighties, Socialism and Feminism, The State, Energy and Independence
Editorial Collective: Barbara Cameron, Frank Cunningham, Geraldine Finn, Cy Gonick, Meg Luxton, Ken McRobbie and Pauline Vaillancourt.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by SSS, 1983.
Frank Cunningham, Interviews – C.B. Macpherson and Stanley Ryerson on Marxism and the Eighties
Varda Burstyn, Economy, Sexuality, Politics: Engels and the Sexual Division of Labour
Barbara Cameron, The Sexual Division of Labour and Class Struggle
Geraldine Finn, Feminism and Fiction: In Praise of Praxis, Beyond Bodily Harm
Bert Young, Witness to History
Louise Blais, Socialist Organizing in the 80s: The Experience of Building the Comité des Cent/Mouvement Socialiste
Paul Stevenson, The State in English Canada: The Political Economy of Production and Reproduction
Jean-Guy Vaillancourt, The Political Economy of Quebec: A Selective Annotated Bibliography
Julian Sher, The NEP: Patriotism or Profits
Mel Watkins, The NEP and the Left: A Commentary on Sher and Others
No. 2 Critical Perspectives on the Constitution
Guest Editor: Robert Martin.
Editorial Collective: Barbara Cameron, Frank Cunningham, Geraldine Finn, Cy Gonick, Meg Luxton, Ken McRobbie and Pauline Vaillancourt. Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by SSS, 1984.
Part A: The Theory and Practice of Rights
Gaill Starr, Popular Rights In (and Out of) the Constitution
Stuart Rush, Collective Rights and Collective Process: Missing Ingredients in the Canadian Constitution
Charles Campbell, The Canadian Left and the Charter of Rights
Lynn McDonald, The Supreme Court of Canada and the Equality Guarantee in the Charter
Robert Martin, The Judges and the Charter
Harry Glasbeek and Michael Mandel, The Legalisation of Politics in Advanced Capitalism: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Gayle Raphanel, Justice and Sexual Politics: Legal Rights in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Christine Boyle, Home Rule for Women: Feminist Analysis of Representation
Janice Tait: Section 15: Time to Prepare
Part B: Native Peoples and the Constitution
Norman Zlotkin: Aboriginal Peoples and Constitutional Reform
Louise Mandell, The Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs Fights Patriation
Part C: Federalism
Vincent di Norcia, Social Reproduction and a Federal Community
Stanley Ryerson, A New Pattern for Canada? Hardly
Yves Bélanger and Pierre Beaulne, La Constitution: Enjeux Economiques
Norman Penner, The New Federalism: Or How the Liberal Concept of National Unity was Transformed
Henry Milner, The Constitution and the Reform of Quebec Education Structures
Reg Whitaker, Democracy, Federalism and the National Political Communities in Canada
Part D: Amending the Constitution
Garth Stevenson, Constitutional Amendment: A Democratic Perspective
Julian Sher, The NEP Debate Revisited
No. 3 Work and New Technologies: Other Perspectives
Guest Editors: Chris DeBresson and Margaret Lowe Benston.
Editorial Collective: Barbara Cameron, Frank Cunningham, Geraldine Finn, Cy Gonick, Meg Luxton, Ken McRobbie and Pauline Vaillancourt. Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Between the Lines, 1987.
Part one: Perspectives of Labour Research on New Technologies
D’Arcy Martin, Canaries and Cargo Cults: Worker-Oriented Research in the Silicon Age
Ken Hansen, The Focus of Union Research on Technological Change
Margaret Lowe Benston, Margaret White and Marcy Cohen, Community-Based Research around Technological Change
Jim Peterson, The Shop Floor: Design and Control for Self-Management
Elaine Bernard, New Initiatives, New Technology, New Labour
Summary of a Conference Discussion
Part Two: Three Experiences
Christine Micklewright, Video Display Terminals, Health Hazards, Electronic Surveillance: Some Tentative Evidence and a Personal Account
Omer Chouinard, Manifestations de résistance aux transformations structurelles par les pêcheurs côtiers du nord et de l’est du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1965-1986
Paul-André Lapointe, La crise du rapport salarial aux usines Jonquière de l’Alcan
Part Three: Conceptual Problems of Research on Technological Change
Pierre Doray, Qualifications et contributions ouvrières: une critique de la qualification chez Braverman
Alfred Dubuc, Technological Choices, Social Choices: Numerically Controlled Machine Tools – Reflections on a Recent Historiography
Margaret Lowe Benston, Marxism, Science, and Workers’ Control
Chris DeBresson, The Ambivalence of Marx’s Legacy on Technological Change
Max Nemni, Nationalisme, socialisme et démocratie: les dures leçons de l’histoire
No. 4 Social Movements / Social Change: The Politics and Practice of Organizing
Edited by Frank Cunningham, Sue Findlay, Marlene Kadar, Alan Lennon and Ed Silva.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Between the Lines, 1988.
Carolyn Egan, Linda Lee Gardner and Judy Vashti Persad, The Politics of Transformation: Struggles with Race, Class and Sexuality in the March 8th Coalition
Laurie E. Adkin and Catherine Alpaugh, Labour, Ecology and the Politics of Convergence
Monique Simard, Coalition Politics: The Quebec Labour Movement
Sharon D. Stone and Joanne Doucette, Organizing the Marginalized: The DisAbled Women’s Network
Susan Prentice, ‘Kids are Not for Profit’: The Politics of Childcare
Patricia Antonyshyn, B. Lee and Alex Merrill, The Campaign for Free-Standing Abortion Clinics in Ontario
Carmencita R. Hernandez, The Coalition of Visible Minority Women
Tim McCaskell, The Bath Raids and Gay Politics
David Langille, Building an Effective Peace Movement: One Perspective
Kari Delhi, John Restakis and Errol Sharpe, The Rise and Demise of the Parent Movement in Toronto
Alexandra Devon and Ron Hayley, Kick It Over: The Evolution of a Journal
Dieter Hoehne, Self-Help and Social Change
No. 5 Race, Class, Gender: Bonds and Barriers
Editorial Collective: Tania Das Gupta, Cy Gonick, Ronnie Leah, Allan Lennon, Alicja Muszynski, Roxana Ng, Ed Silva, Mercedes Steedman, Si Transken, Jesse Vorst and Derek Wilkinson.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst Published by Between the Lines, 1989. Second (revised) Edition published by Garamond Press, 1991.
Tania Das Gupta, Introduction and Overview
Roxana Ng, Sexism, Racism and Canadian Nationalism
Esmeralda Thornhill, Focus on Black Women!
Marlee Kline, Women’s Oppression and Racism: A Critique of the ‘Feminist Standpoint’
Alicja Muszynski, What is Patriarchy?
Ron Bourgeault, Race, Class and Gender: Colonial Domination of Indian Women
Nicole St-Onge, Race, Class and Marginality in a Manitoba Interlake Settlement: 1850-1950
Agnes Calliste, Canada’s Immigration Policy and Domestics from the Caribbean: The Second Domestic Scheme
Ronnie Leah, Linking the Struggles: Racism, Sexism and the Union Movement
Irene Poelzer, Métis Women and the Economy of Northern Saskatchewan
Kathryn Kopinak, Living the Gospel through Service to the Poor: The Convergence of Political and Religious Motivations in Organizing Maquiladora Workers in Juarez, Mexico
No. 6 Regulating Labour: The State, Neo-Conservatism and Industrial Relations
Edited by Larry Haiven, Stephen McBride and John Shields.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Garamond Press, 1990.
Larry Haiven, Stephen McBride and John Shields, The State, Neo-Conservatism and Industrial Relations
Bob Russell, Assault Without Defeat: Contemporary Industrial Relations and the Canadian Labour Movement
John Shields, Building a New Hegemony in British Columbia
Larry Haiven, Hegemony and the Workplace: The Role of Arbitration
Stephen McBride, Authoritarianism Without Hegemony? The Politics of Industrial Relations in Britain
Banu Helvacioglu, The State in the Reagan Era: Capital, Labour and More?
Gregg M. Olsen, Swedish Social Democracy and Beyond: Internal Obstacles to Economic Democracy
Jerry White, The State and Industrial Relations in a Neo-Conservative Era: A Thematic Commentary
No. 7 Socialism in Crisis? Canadian Perspectives
Edited by Jos. Roberts and Jesse Vorst.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Fernwood, 1992.
Jos. Roberts, Introduction and Overview
Paul Browne, Reification and the Crisis of Socialism
Max Nemni, Marx and Engels and the Exhaustion of ‘Scientific Socialism’
Herb Gamberg, What is Socialism?
Frank Cunningham, Democracy and Marxist Political Culture
Gerry van Houton, Socialism Today: Renewal or Retreat?
Axel Dorscht, Politics of Transformation and the Process of Change
Meg Luxton and Heather Jon Maroney, Begetting Babies, Raising Children: The Politics of Parenting
Cy Gonick, Socialism: Past and Present
Jos. Roberts, Conclusion
No. 8 1492–1992 – Five Centuries of Imperialism and Resistance
Edited by Ron Bourgeault, Dave Broad, Lorne Brown and Lori Foster.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Fernwood, 1992.
Part One: The ‘New World’ – Conquest and Resistance
Dave Broad, Introduction: Columbus, Capitalism, Imperialism and Socialism
Ken Carriere, Kīpīkiskācinākosiw – He Looked So Sad (poem)
Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, Aboriginal People and Imperialism in the Western Hemisphere
Jalil-Sued-Badillo, Christopher Columbus and the Enslavement of Amerindians in the Caribbean
Michael Stevenson, Columbus and the War on Indigenous Peoples
Jan Carew, United We Stand! Joint Struggles of Native Americans and African Americans in the Columbian Era
Glenda P. Simms, Black Women of the Diaspora
Barbara Angel, Mayan Resistance to Creole Domination in Nineteenth Century Yucatán, 1847-1901
Ron Bourgeault, The Struggle for Class and Nation: The Origin of the Métis in Canada and the National Question
Carol A. Smith, Marxists on Class and Culture in Guatemala
Barry H. Barlow, The Regional Impact of the Cuban Revolution
Part Two: Continuing Conquest: A ‘New World Order’
Anne Dorion, I Can See My Self, I Can See Myself (poem)
Harry Magdoff, Globalization in Historical Perspective
Dave Broad and Lori Foster, Uncle Sam’s ‘New World Order’: Triumph of Capitalism?
J.K. Roberts, The Problem of Imperialism for Social Democracy
Fred Judson, Cuba and the ‘New World Order’: Elements of an Understanding
No. 9 Green on Red: Evolving Ecological Socialism
Edited by Jesse Vorst, Ross Dobson and Ronald Fletcher.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Fernwood, 1993.
James O’Connor, Red-Green Politics
Michael Clow, Making Red and Green Complementary
Catriona Sandilands, Not the Same Difference? Ecofeminism, Universality and Particularity
Jennifer Sells, Ecofeminism and Planning
Klaus Klostermaier, Traditional Life and Contemporary Environmental Ethics in India
Rev. Stanley McKay, ‘The Earth is Our Life’: An Aboriginal North American Perspective on the Integrity of Creation
Peter Usher, Aboriginal Property Systems in Land and Resources: Lessons for Socialists
Paul Phillips, Red and Green: Economics, Property Rights and the Environment
Jan Drydyk, Exploiting Nature
James Devine, The Law of Value and Marxian Political Ecology
Donald Alexander and Judith Harris, Beyond Capitalism and Socialism: The Communitarian Alternative
Mike McConkey, Let’s Separate Together
Don Alexander, Bioregionalism: The Need for a Firmer Theoretical Foundation
David Orton: Envirosocialism: Contradiction or Promise?
No. 10 Labour Gains, Labour Pains: Fifty Years of PC 1003
Edited by Cy Gonick, Paul Phillips and Jesse Vorst.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Fernwood, 1995.
Part One: The Theoretical and Historical Context
Aaron McCrorie, PC 1003: Labour, Capital and the State
Fletcher Baragar, Theory, Policy and Institutional Structure: PC 1003 and Macroeconomics
Alvin Finkel, Trade Unions and the Welfare State in Canada, 1945-90
Stephen McBride, Coercion and Consent: The Recurring Corporatist Temptation in Canadian Labour Relations
Ralph P.Güntzel, Public-Sector Collective Bargaining and the Radicalization and Deradicalization of the Centrale de l’enseignement du Québec, 1964-82
Julie Guard, Womanly Innocence and Manly Self-Respect: Gendered Challenges to Labour’s Postwar Compromise
Anne Forrest, Securing the Male Breadwinner: A Feminist Interpretation of PC 1003
Barbara Cameron, Dualism or Solidarity? Reforming Canada’s System of Labour-Market Regulation
Part Two: Origins and Evolution of the Fordist Accord
Bob Russell, Labour’s Magna Carta? Wagnerism in Canada at Fifty
Christopher Schenk, Fifty Years After PC 1003: The Need for New Directions
Larry Haiven, PC 1003 and the (Non)Right to Strike: A Sorry Legacy
Daniel Benedict, Collective Bargaining is Far From Dead
John Price, Post-PC 1003: A Return to Coercion or New Directions for Labour?
Part Three: Three Case Studies
Marcus R. Widenor, International Unionism in Retreat: The Dissolution of the International Woodworkers of America
Carl J. Cuneo, Franchising Union Successor Rights
Harry Smaller, The Teaching Profession Act in Canada: A Critical Perspective
Part Four: International Comparisons
Paul Phillips, Industrial Relations Reform and the Australian Accord(s): A Comparative Canadian Perspective
Gregg M. Olsen, The Search for a New Model: Industrial Relations in Sweden
Ellen J. Dannin, Brother Can You Spare a No-Wage Job? Labour Law Reform in New Zealand
No. 11 The Training Trap: Ideology, Training and the Labour Market
Edited by Thomas Dunk, Stephen McBride and Randle W. Nelsen.
Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Fernwood, 1996.
Jamie Swift and David Peerla, Attitude Adjustment: The Brave New World of Work and the Revolution of Falling Expectations
John Shields, Flexible Work, Labour Market Polarization and the Politics of Skills Training and Enhancement
D.W. Livingstone, Wasted Education and Withered Work: Reversing the ‘Post-Industrial’ Education-Jobs Optic
Thomas Dunk, Culture, Skills, Masculinity and Whiteness: Training and the Politics of Identity
Ross A. Klein, Training for What? A Critical Analysis of Provincial Initiatives to Foster Labour Force Attachment Among Recipients of Social Assistance
Neil Bradford and M. Stevens, Wither Corporatism? Political Struggles and Policy Formation in the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board
Lori A. Stinson O’Gorman, Popular Education and Working-Class Consciousness: A Critical Examination of the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour’s Workers’ Education for Skills Training Program
Susan Hoddinott and Jim Overton, Dismantling Public Provision of Adult Basic Education: The Anti-Literacy Politics of Newfoundland’s Literacy Campaign
Jennifer Stephen, Regulating Unemployment/Deregulating Work: The Sociology of Labour Adjustment or ‘How Much Government Do You Want, Anyway?’
Karen Hadley, Appropriating Working Knowledge: Workplace Training in the 1990s
Gregory Albo, Canadian Unemployment and Socialist Employment Policy
No. 12 Global Justice, Global Democracy
Edited by Jay Drydyk and Peter Penz.
Editorial Board: Frank Cunningham, Karen Hadley and Roxana Ng. Managing Editor: Jesse Vorst. Published by Fernwood, 1997.
Jay Drydyk and Peter Penz, Introduction: Toward a New Internationalism
Part One: Reconceiving Justice and Democracy
Kai Nielsen, Is Global Justice Impossible?
Deborah Brandt, Bio/cultural Diversity and Equity in Post-NAFTA Mexico (or: Tomasita Comes North While Big Mac Goes South)
Peter Penz, International Economic Justice and Exploitation
Thomas Pogge, An Egalitarian Law of Peoples
Jocelyne Couture, An Ethical Response to Globalization: Justice or Solidarity
Ramesh Mishra, Globalization and Social Policy: Defending Social Standards
Jay Drydyk, Globalization and Human Rights
Part Two: World Institutions, States and Movements
Ozay Mehmet, From the Eurocentricity of Development Economics to Global Economic Governance
Myron J. Frankman, Reflections on Democratic Global Federalism
Judy Fudge and Harry Glasbeek, A Challenge to the Inevitability of Globalization: the Logic of Repositioning the State as the Terrain of Contest
Eduardo Canel, Resistance to Neoliberalism: Localization and Globalization among Latin American Popular Movements
Peter Penz and Jay Drydyk, Conclusion: Globalizing Socialism