PROTEST AND SURVIVAL: Essays for E. P. Thompson.
Edition: First US printing.
New York: The New Press, 1993. dj. Hardcover first edition - Thompson was both a leading historian and an activist who influenced a whole generation of historians; this book, published shortly after his death, contains essays by both American and British historians that are a tribute to his work and an examination of the scope of his influence. Topics range from Edward Thompson as a teacher to essays on William Blake (by Alec Morley), feminist and anti-war agitator Sylvia Pankhurst (by Barbara Winslow), Black, Italian and Irish longshoremen and the New York harbor stike of 1919 (by Calvin Winslow), 'dangerous classes' in Victorian England (by Victor Bailey) and more. Includes a bibliography of Thompson's work. ISBN: 1-56584-114x.
Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (as new.)