"dollars and sense" - anyone? :-(

Xenon Zi-Neng Yuan wenhuadageming at comcast.net
Tue Jul 15 12:15:16 MDT 2003

sorry to keep pestering everyone, i know the volume on these lists is high
and comrades can be busy.  i'm just trying to sort out candidates for a
possible reading list for an embryonic political economy study group of
mostly under-35 activists of color in my area.  this "dollars and sense"
collective isn't a taboo subject, is it?  for the interests of saving time
and effort, i'd rather try to first get some advice about them from the
folks here if they know about the group already than having to obtain and
then read through all their stuff on my own.

x. yuan

At 12:42 PM 7/14/2003 -0400, Xenon Zi-Neng Yuan wrote:
>sorry if this is clogging the list, i'm just requesting if people who are
>"in the know" could give me their quick perspective on the background of
>this group?  they don't seem to want to identify as "marxist", so i'm
>wondering where exactly are they coming from?  apparently their website
>says they were originally affiliated with the "union for radical political
>economics" although not anymore.  are they "progressives",
>reformists?  and are their books any use at all?
>At 02:04 PM 7/11/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>>who are these folks and are their books such as "introducing political
>>economy", and the "real world..." series of any use?

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