Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis


CLARK, Rex, (ed.). Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis. St.John's : Breakwater Books, (1986). Pp (4),5-186,(6). 8vo, green card covers. Includes Clark's "Romancing the Harlequins: A Note on Class Struggle in the Newfoundland Village"; Vince Walsh's "Stagnant Capital and Mobile People"; Peter R. Sinclair's "Saving the Fishery - Again!: The 1981-82 Fisheries Crisis in Newfoundland"; Gordon Inglis' "'Lawyers, Priests, and Gangsters from Chicago': Factors in the Development of the Newfoundland Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers' Union"; Elliott Leyton's "Drunk and Disorderly: Changing Crime in Newfoundland"; Mark Shrimpton's "The Big Squeeze: Housing Problems in the City of St.John's"; W.R. Hynd's "Oil, Politics and Social Change: Newfoundland and Alberta Compared"; J.D. House's "Oil and the North Atlantic Periphery: Scottish Experience and the Prospects for Newfoundland"; James Overton's "Oil and Gas: The Rhetoric and Reality of Development in Newfoundland"; and Frederick Johnstone's "Bones and Bare Cupboards: Dependency, Class and Crisis in the 'New Newfoundland', An Overview". Vg. 12.50

Title: Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis

Author Name: CLARK, Rex, (ed.) INGLIS, Gordon SINCLAIR, Peter JOHNSTONE, Frederick

Categories: 40,

Publisher: Breakwater, 1986,:

Seller ID: 6039

Keywords: LABOUR NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES HISTORY POLITICS CRIME ,