After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia.

Faist T (1992) CSSC Papers No. 107.
New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC).

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Faist T. After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia. CSSC Papers No. 107. New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC); 1992.
Faist, T. (1992). After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia. (CSSC Papers No. 107). New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC).
Faist, T. (1992). After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia. CSSC Papers No. 107, New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC).
Faist, T., 1992. After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia., CSSC Papers No. 107, New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC).
T. Faist, After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia., CSSC Papers No. 107, New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC), 1992.
Faist, T.: After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia. CSSC Papers No. 107. New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC), New York (1992).
Faist, Thomas. After the Goldrush: Organized Labor and Chinese Exclusion in California and Eastern Australia. New York: New School for Research, Center for Studies of Social Change (CSSC), 1992. CSSC Papers No. 107.
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