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Articles from Vol. 63, No. 10, March

A Most Reliable Ally: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Unions
A Most Reliable Ally Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Unions Martin Luther King, Jr., edited with introductions by Michael K. Honey, Ail Labor Has Dignity (Boston: Beacon Press, 2011), 240 pages, $17.00, paperback.Many Americans who have failed to look...
Notes from the Editors
As we write this, in late January 2012, international representatives of the ruling class and its power elite - wealthy investors, corporate executives, politicians, state bureaucrats, economists, pundits, and sundry celebrities -are gathered at the...
Recessions and Human Misery: Dating the Cycle
The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) decides the peak and trough dates of the business cycle. Most economists, including the government economists, accept their dates as the bible of research.Their dates do accomplish what they set out to...
Reviving the Strike in the Shadow of PATCO
Joseph McCartin, Collision Course: Ronald Reagan, the Air Traffic Controllers, and the Strike that Changed America (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), 504 pages, $29.95, hardback.Kim Voss and Irene Bloemraad, Rallying/or Immigrant Rights: The...
Structural Crisis Needs Structural Change
When stressing the need for a radical structural change it must be made clear right from the beginning that this is not a call for an unrealizable utopia. On the contrary, the primary defining characteristic of modern Utopian theories was precisely the...
The Great Inequality
In the early 1980s, I began telling my students that growing inequality of income and wealth would become the dominant political issue of the future. I did not think that the future meant thirty years, but better late than never. The Occupy Wall Street...
Welcome to the Desert of Transition! Post-Socialism, the European Union, and a New Left in the Balkans
The world's attention has been on the political transformations in the Middle East, the wave of protests from Tel Aviv to Madrid to Wall Street, and the ongoing Greek crisis. But in the shadow of this unrest, the postsocialist Balkans have been boiling....
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