Includes bibliographical references (p. -384) and index.
Women's cultures of resistance in Southern Italy -- La sartina (the seamstress) becomes a transnational labor migrant -- The racialization of Southern Italian women -- Surviving the shock of arrival and everyday resistance -- Anarchist feminists and the radical subculture -- The 1909-1919 strike wave and the birth of industrial unionism -- Red scare, the lure of fascism, and diasporic resistance -- Community organizing in a racial hall of mirrors.
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