Can the Working Class Change the World?
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ISBN : 9781583677100
Category : General Politics
Format : Paperback
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"Michael Yates's passion and respect for the class he came out of delivers a book that is especially accessible without retreating from the complexities and internal contradictions of working class life and organization-a book committed not only to defending workers, but also to building on their potentials to transform society."-Sam Gindin, former chief economist, Canadian Auto Workers Union; Packer Visitor in Social Justice, Political Science Dept., York University, Toronto

Michael D. Yates is Associate Editor of Monthly Review and Editorial Director of Monthly Review Press. For more than three decades, he was a labor educator, teaching working people in venues across the United States. Among his books are The Great Inequality, Why Unions Matter (with Paul Le Blanc), A Freedom Budget for All Americans, and The ABCs of the Economic Crisis (with Fred Magdoff).

 



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