Special "Class" Issue, edited by Alan Banks, Steve Fisher, Jim Foster, Doug Gamble, and Bill Horton.
"Regions and Social Relations: A Research Note" by Rick Simon; "Things Fall Apart in Appalachia Too: Hubert Skidmore's Account of the Transition to Capitalism" by Frank Einstein; "Dock Boggs, Musician and Coal Miner" by Barry O'Connell; "Images of Classlessness and Berea College" by Bill Horton; "Cultural Hegemony: The News Media and Appalachia" by Sally Ward Maggard; "Coal Miners and Firebrick Workers: The Structure of Work Relations in Two Eastern Kentucky Communities" by Alan Banks; "The Professional-Managerial Class in Eastern Kentucky" by Richard Thompson and Mary Lou Wylie; "Health and Safety versus Profits in the Coal Industry: The Gateway Case and Class Struggle" by Jim Foster; "Appalachia and the State" by Tom Shannon; "Life with Father: Reflections on Class Analysis" by Steve Fisher.
Poems by George Ella Lyon ("Progress"), Astor Simpson ("The Company Man"), Jane Wilson Joyce ("Delving"), and Robert Baber ("In the Capitol Complex").
"Signs of the Times."
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