Considering Class shows why the process of reconstructing class consciousness must take place on the terrain of cultural and subjective formation where everyday values, habits and media practices are in play.
In this volume, Kuruma analyses Marx's approach to the commodity and money in the first two chapters of Capital, vol I., including a discussion of the theory of the value-form and other important theoretical questions posed by Marx.
The Class Strikes Back examines case studies of twenty-first-century workers’ struggles from both the Global North and South, highlighting the stories of workers fighting to organize and join democratic and independent unions.
Cooperativism and Democracy contains a selection of texts in socio-political thought focusing on Polish cooperativism which make an important contribution to the debate over the relationship of contemporary economics and politics.
Twenty-First Century Inequality & Capitalism collects critiques of Thomas Piketty’s 2014 book from different perspectives, such as those of critical theory, global political economy or public sociology, drawing on the work of Marx or the Marxist tradition.
Botwinick provocatively shows that competition and technical change often militate against wage equalization, and calls for militant union organization that can once again take wages and working conditions out of capitalist competition.