EPF 2001

Managing Editor
Fernando Socorro

Editorial Staff
Juanguillermo Amezcua
Sonette Bales
Brenda Frink
Jaime Garcia De Alba
Alex Gerould
Sandra Henderson
Bonar Ludwig Hernandez
Elizabeth Houseman
Michelle Kleehamrner
Jessie Lewis III
Ian Livie
Kyle Livie
Richard McClain
Joy O’Donnell
John Paul Skovgaard
Ethan Spanier
Rachel Van
Alicia Vosberg
Erin Warnke
Stephan Williams

Faculty Advisor
William N. Bonds, Ph.D.,
Professor of History

Contents
Elsie Casler, Pan American Unity: Diego Rivera Dramatic Interlude With Trotsky

Jingwoan Chang, Prostitution and Footbinding: Images of Chinese Womanhood In Late Nineteenth-Century San Francisco

Allison Fields, The Sky is Closed for California: Reading Jesuit Sources for the “Other”: Accommodation, Resistance and the Decline of Native Peoples in Eighteenth Century Baja

Jaime Garcia De Alba, Apostle of the Dock: Archbishop Edward I Hannah Role as Chairman of the National Longshoremen Board During the 1934 San Francisco Waterfront Strike

Bradley R. Gooding, Poor Righteous Teaching: The Story of the FBI and the Five Percenters

Sandra Henderson, Latin American Testimonio: Uncovering the Subaltern’s Gender, Race, and Class

Bonar Ludwig Hemandez, The Las Casas-Sepulveda Controversy,1550- 551

Lisa Justice, Women, Wilson, and Emergency War Measures

Michelle Kleehammer, Gender, Class Consciousness, and Ethical Consumerism: Early Twentieth-Century Labeling Campaigns in the Women ‘s Garment Industry

Margaret Moody, The Beast that Feeds on the Blood of the People: Neoliberalism, Globalization, and the Robbery of Indigenous Landholdings in Mexico

Rachel Van, Mary Jane Megquier: San Francisco as Refuge