Refine your search
Towards an International Social Movement Unionism
In the late 1990s, the structure of world capitalism has become clear. Capitalism is now global, but the world economy remains fragmented and highly uneven. The old North-South divide has widened in terms of the incomes of the majority. The South is locked into the role of low-wage . . . read more
A New American Politics: Who Will Answer the Invitation?
Joel Rogers (nlr 210) has done the Left in the us a great service in pointing out that the current political conjuncture in the us ‘is the unstated invitation to progressive action, our opportunity to do some good.’ As Rogers argues, liberalism is dying, the . . . read more
A Reply to Staughton Lynd
When Staughton Lynd told me that he was writing a review of both my book, An Injury to All, and David Montgomery’s, The Fall of the House of Labor, I quipped that he had put me in some fast company. After all, David Montgomery is not only an . . . read more