[Marxism] Sidney Mintz, R.I.P.
acpollack2 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 09:33:35 MST 2015
I'm ashamed I haven't yet read his "Worker in the Cane." Will certainly do
so now - especially given the hugely impressive description of his work in
the section "Training and Influences" at:
The way he analyzed the interaction of the local and global, of varying
forms of exploitation in a given mode of production, sounds as
sophisticated as anything being written today.
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