Bibliography: Politics + Reform (Labor)

Byrnes,, William Henry, and Bar Association of New Orleans. “The Depression and a Suggestion: Unemployment the Paramount Problem, Make Labor Saving Machinery Rescue the Nation.,” n.d. http://hnoc.minisisinc.com/THNOC/SCRIPTS/mwimain.dll/526/1/11/13440?RECORD.

Catholic Council on Human Relations, New Orleans, La., 1961-1964. “Records: Catholic Council on Human Relations, 1961-64,” n.d.

Ettinger, Brian Gary. “John Fitzpatrick and the Limits of Working-Class Politics in New Orleans, 1892-1896.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 26, no. 4 (Autumn 1985): 341-367.  

Fichter, Joseph Henry. Social Relations in the Urban Parish. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press, 1954.  

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Germany, Kent B. New Orleans After the Promises: Poverty, Citizenship, and the Search for the Great Society. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2007.  

Haas, Edward F. “John Fitzpatrick and Political Continuity in New Orleans, 1896-1899.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 22, no. 1 (Winter 1981): 7-29.  

Hirsch, Arnold M, Raymond A. “Harold and Dutch: A Comparative Look at the First Black Mayors of Chicago and New Orleans.” In The Making of Urban America, edited by Mohl, Raymond A. 2nd ed. SR Books, 1997.  

Hirsch, Arnold R. “Race and Renewal in the Cold War South: New Orleans, 1947-1968.” In The American Planning Tradition: Culture and Policy. Woodrow Wilson Center Press & Johns Hopkins University Press.  

Leche, Richard Webster. “Stamp out Murderous Wages : the Story of the Two Battles for Humanity.,” 1936. http://hnoc.minisisinc.com/THNOC/SCRIPTS/mwimain.dll/526/1/14/9693?RECORD.

“Louis J. Twomey, S.J., Office of Mission + Ministry, Loyola University New Orleans,” n.d. http://mm.loyno.edu/jesuit-community/louis-j-twomey-sj.

McNaspy, C. J. 1915- (Clement J. ), La. ) Loyola University (New Orleans, and Institute of Human Relations. At Face Value Father Twomey. New Orleans: Institute of Human Relations, Loyola University of the South, 1978.  

McNaspy, C. J. Clement J. Louis J. Twomey, S.J.: La Justicia Social Como Solución Cristiana. Ediciones Loyola, 1985.  

Pierson, Michael D. “”He Helped the Poor and Snubbed the Rich”: Benjamin F. Butler and Class Politics in Lowell and New Orleans.” Massachusetts Historical Review 7 (2005): 36-68.  

Richard, Anne Marie. A Rhetorical Analysis of the June, 1958, Radio Speeches of Louis J. Twomey, 1971.  

Schatz, Ronald W. “American Labor and the Catholic Church, 1919-1950.” U.S. Catholic Historian 3, no. 3 (Fall – Winter 1983): 178-190.  

Twomey, Louis J. How to Think About Race. Queen’s Work, 1951.  

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