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Further Reading

Bean, Walton. Boss Ruef's San Francisco: The Story of the Union Labor Party, Big Business, and the Graft Prosecution . 1952.

Burki, Mary A. M. "The California Progressive: Labor's Point of View." Labor History 17 (Winter 1976): 24-37.

Cornford, Daniel. Workers and Dissent in the Redwood Empire . Chapter 8. 1987.

Cross, Ira B. A History of the Labor Movement in California . 1935.

Daniel, Cletus E. "In Defense of the Wheatland Wobblies: A Critical Analysis of the IWW in California." Labor History 19 (Fall 1978): 485-509.


Deverell, William, and Tom Sitton, eds. California Progressivism Revisited . 1994.

Ethington, Philip J. The Public City: The Political Construction of Urban Life in San Francisco , 1850-1900. 1994.

Issel, William. "Class and Ethnic Conflict in San Francisco Political History." Labor History 18 (Summer 1977): 341-359.

Issel, William, and Robert W. Cherny. San Francisco , 1865-1932: Politics, Power, and Urban Development. 1986.

Kazin, Michael. Barons of Labor: The San Francisco Building Trades and Union Power in the Progressive Era . 1987.

Knight, Robert E. L. Industrial Relations in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1900-1918 . 1960.

McDonald, Terrence J. The Parameters of Urban Fiscal Policy: Socioeconomic Change and Political Culture in San Francisco, 1860-1906 . 1986.

Perry, Louis B., and Richard S. Perry. A History of the Los Angeles Labor Movement, 1911-1941 . 1963.

Rogin, Michael. "Progressivism and the California Electorate." Journal of American History 55 (September 1968): 305-334.

Saxton, Alexander. "San Francisco Labor and the Populist and Progressive Insurgencies." Pacific Historical Review 36 (November 1965): 421-437.

Shover, John. "The Progressives and the Working-Class Vote in California." Labor History 10 (Fall 1969): 584-602.

Stimson, Grace H. Rise of the Labor Movement in Los Angeles . 1955.

Taft, Phillip. Labor Politics American Style: The California State Federation of Labor . 1968.

Tygiel, Jules. " 'Where Unionism Holds Undisputed Sway'—A Reappraisal of San Francisco's Union Labor Party." California History 62 (Fall 1983): 196-215.

———. Workingmen in San Francisco, 1880-1901 . 1992.


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