- Title Pages
- 1 A Union of One’s Own
- 2 A Tale of Two Activists
- 3 Women’s Union Tokyo in Practice
- 4 First, We Drink Tea
- 5 Under the Microscope
- 6 Crisis of Difference
- 7 Made in Japan
- 8 A Movement Transformed
- Conclusion Lessons for Building Crossborder Collaborations
- Appendix A Characteristics of Common Nonregular Forms of Employment
- Appendix B Curriculum Wish Lists
- Appendix C Why Japanese Women “Can’t” Organize
- Our Unions, Our Selves
- Cornell University Press
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