Louise Tilly – Charles Tilly, eds. Class Conflict and Collective Action.
Beverly Hills/Londres: Sage/Social Science History Association, 1981.
Preface / Stanley Engerman
1 – Introduction / Charles Tilly
2 – The Web of Contention in Eighteenth-Century Cities / Charles Tilly
3 – Revolution and the Rural Community in the Eastern Netherlands / Wayne Te Brake
4 – Contentious Gatherings in Lancashire, England, 1750-1830 / Frank Munger
5 – Industrialism Capitalism, Conflict, and Working Class Contention in Lancashire, England, 1842 / Brian R. Brown
6 – Keeping the Navvies in Line: Variations in Work Discipline Among Victorian British Railway Construction Crews / Samuel Cohn
7 – Belgian and French Workers in Nineteenth-Century Roubaix / Judy A. Reardon
8 – Grapes of Wrath: Vineyard Workers, Labor Unions, and Strike Activity in the Aude, 1860-1913 / Laura L. Frader
9 – Women’s Collective Action and Feminism in France, 1870-1914 / Louise A. Tilly
10 – Conclusion / Louise A. Tilly