Feb 07, 2019 · Can the Working Class Change the World? By Michael D. Yates A new book from Monthly Review Press. Session 1 Thursday, February 7, 5:30 to 7:15 A discussion with author Michael D. Yates Sessions 2-5 Mondays, February 11 through March 4 Analysis and discussion of the book The first 10 registered participants in this group will receive a free copy China:Six Years After Tiananmen Monthly ReviewJan 01, 1996 · Minqi Li, The Rise of the Working Class and the Future of the Chinese Revolution , Monthly Review:Vol. 63, No. 2:June 2011 Zhun Xu, Wei Zhang, Minqi Li, China's Grain Production:A Decade of Consecutive Growth or Stagnation? , Monthly Review:Vol. 66, No. 1:May 2014
Aug 25, 2020 · (Monthly Review Press, 2018) among other works, longtime union activist, labor educator, and editorial director of Monthly Review Press and former associate editor of Monthly Review magazine, focuses on the question of working-class unity in the following August 2020 interview with Farooque Chowdhury, author and editor of a number of books on working-class history, capitalist John Smith on imperialism (part 1) MR OnlineMar 19, 2019 · John Smith, former oil rig worker, bus driver, telecommunications engineer, longtime activist in the anti-war and Latin American solidarity movements, and author of Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century:Globalization, Super-Exploitation, and Capitalisms Final Crisis (Monthly Review Press, January 2016), discusses the question of MONTHLY REVIEW OF THE BUREAU OP LABOR 946 MONTHLY REVIEW OF THE BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. the woodworkers' federation convened a conference on October 2 and 3, 1916, and carried a unanimous resolution that all male and female workers should demand everywhere the immediate payment of a bonus of 33 J per cent, or a rise of wages of 20 pfennigs (4.76
Jul 25, 2005 · Monthly Review. The unmaking of Marxs 'Capital':Heinrichs attempt to eliminate Marxs crisis theory Article from Monthly Review on the effects of China's economic transformation on the working class since Mao's death. The rise of Egypts workers. history. Shays' rebellion, 1786. New book:Can the Working Class Change the World? URPENov 09, 2018 · By Michael D. Yates. From Monthly Review Press:One of the horrors of the capitalist system is that slave labor, which was central to the formation and growth of capitalism itself, is still fully able to coexist alongside wage labor. But, as Karl Marx pointed out, it is the fact of being paid for The Renewal of the Socialist Ideal Monthly ReviewSep 01, 2020 · Any serious treatment of the renewal of socialism today must begin with capitalism's creative destruction of the bases of all social existence. Since the late 1980s, the world has been engulfed in an epoch of catastrophe capitalism, manifested today in the convergence of (1) the planetary ecological crisis, (2) the global epidemiological crisis, and (3) the unending world economic crisis.
[The following interview of Monthly Review editor John Bellamy Foster, completed on August 5, 2019, was conducted by Farooque Chowdhury for Kolkatas famous socialist weekly Frontier and has The Working Class Alternative RadioMar 21, 2019 · The Working Class. Program #YATM001. Recorded in Boulder, CO on March 21, 2019. Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings. ( 3 customer reviews) Download/Stream MP3 ($5) Download PDF ($3) Order CD ($14) Order Transcript ($5) Audio sample:Warren Buffett, the much-admired genius investor and one of the worlds richest men said, There Vol. 71, No. 3 (July-August 2019) Monthly ReviewJul 01, 2019 · "The Preemptive Counterrevolution and the Rise of the Far Right in Brazil" by Ricardo Antunes "Contemporary Challenges for the Working Class and Peasantry in Brazil" by João Pedro Stedile "A Note on the Communist Manifesto" by Harry Magdoff "Toward the Formation of a Transnational Alliance of Working and Oppressed Peoples" by Samir Amin
Jan 15, 2019 · Review of Can the Working Class Change the World? by Michael Yates. (Monthly Review Press, 2018) Radical economist Michael Yates grew up in a western Pennsylvania manufacturing town, later hard Monthly Review Thinking Clearly about the White Working Mar 01, 2018 · The details of this evolution will be known to many Monthly Review readers, from the collapse of national liberation movements, to the end of the economic golden age in the United States, to capitals assault on the working class that came to be known as neoliberalism, to the rise of a racist carceral state, to the growing attacks on immigrants and the strengthening of the ideology of white