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Philip S. Foner Archives
Philip S. Foner • 47 Items / 32 Books, 7 Articles, 8 Reviews
The Case of Joe Hill (1965)
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    Dying Like A True Rebel (2 Reviews)
    The Case of Joe Hill, by Philip S. Foner
    1. The Case of Joe Hill by Philip S. Foner
    2. The Letters of Joe Hill by Philip Foner and Joe Hill
    The Nation, September 26, 1966, p. 291
  2. Books Reviews
    American Labor in Review (2 Reviews)
    Automobile Workers and the American Dream, by Ely Chinoy
    1. Automobile Workers and the American Dream by Ely Chinoy
    2. The Case of Joe Hill by Philip S. Foner
    New Politics, Winter 1966, pp. 85-86
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    Criminal Record (16 Reviews)
    FBI Man: A Personal History, by Louis Cochran
    1. FBI Man: A Personal History by Louis Cochran
    2. The Case of Joe Hill by Philip S. Foner
    3. Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction by Patricia Highsmith
    4. Hide and Go Seek by Andrew Garve
    5. The Cat Who Could Read Backwards by Lilian Jackson Braun
    6. The Crack in the Teacup by Michael Gilbert
    7. Dead Against the Lawyers by Roderic Jeffries
    8. Death, the Sure Physician by John Wakefield
    9. The Silent Cousin by Elizabeth Fenwick
    10. The Paint-Stained Flannels by Pete Fry
    11. Patchwork of Death by Peter Nichols
    12. Post-Mortem by Harry Carmichael
    13. The Midnight Man by Henry Kane
    14. The Season to Be Deadly by Richard Hardwick
    15. Thursday at Dawn by Werner J. Luddecke
    16. The Crime-Solvers by Stewart H. Benedict
    The Saturday Review, March 26, 1966, p. 35