- Title Pages
Chapter 1Manly Markets in le due Americhe, 1880–1914
Chapter 2Race and Trade Policies in Migrant Marketplaces, 1880–1914
Chapter 3Tipo Italiano: The Production and Sale of Italian-Style Goods, 1880–1914
Chapter 4“Pro Patria”: Women and the Normalization of Migrant Consumption during World War I
Chapter 5Reorienting Migrant Marketplaces in le due Americhe during the Interwar Years
Chapter 6Fascism and the Competition for Migrant Consumers, 1922–1940
- Production Credits
- Migrant Marketplaces
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