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Biracial waterfront unionism in the age of segregation / Eric Arnesen -- "Men of the lumber camps come to town": New York longshoremen in the strike of 1907 / Calvin Winslow -- Radical possibilities? the rise and fall of wobbly unionism on the Philadelphia docks / Howard Kimeldorf -- "All I got's a hook": New York longshoremen and the 1948 dock strike / Colin Davis -- The "lords of the docks" reconsidered: race relations among the West Coast longshoremen, 1933-61 / Bruce Nelson.