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2010. “A Symposium on Goldstein’s Political Repression”, Labor History, Vol. 51, No. 2 (May 2010) 295-318. 
Marks response [Crude Conceptualization, Biased Evidence, Weak Explanation]

2009. “Radicalism or Reformism. Socialist Parties before World War I“, with Heather A. D. Mbaye and Hyung-min Kim, American Sociological Review 74: 615-635.

2004. “Regional integration and Left Parties in Europe and North America”, with Ian Down, in Restructuring Territoriality: Europe and the United States Compared, edited by Christopher K. Ansell and Giuseppe Di Palma, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

2000. It Didn’t Happen Here: Why Socialism Failed in the United States?, with Seymour Martin Lipset, New York: Norton, 379 pp. Read Chapter eight + notes.

1990. “Immigrant Support for the American Socialist Party, 1912 and 1920“, with Matthew Burbank, Social Science History, 14 (Summer), 175-202.

1992. The Crisis of Socialism in Europe, with Christiane Lemke (eds.). Durham: Duke University Press, 255 pp.

1989. Unions in Politics: Britain, Germany, and the United States in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 277 pp.

1989. “Variations in Union Political Activity: Britain, Germany and the United States from the Nineteenth Century“, Comparative Politics 20 (October), 84-104.

1986. “Neocorporatism and Incomes Policy in Western Europe and North America“, Comparative Politics,  18, 3: 253-277.

1985. “The Revival of Laissez-Faire: the United States and Britain in Comparative Perspective“, in James Ceaser and Richard Hodder Williams, eds., Politics in Britain and the United States, (Durham: Duke University Press), 28-54.

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