[Marxism] When workers had class
philipferguson8 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 17:06:39 MST 2016
With the class struggle currently in suspension, very few people, including
workers themselves, see the working class as the critical agent of social
change. It has become much more fashionable to view ‘new social
movements’, intellectuals and so onindexjock as those who can effect
change. And change itself is perceived as being organised from within the
power structures of society and even then in only the narrowest terms.
Industrial workers, meanwhile, are regarded as the most backward section of
society, to be controlled by the liberals staffing the state apparatus.
These two books are a powerful rejoinder to such fashionable snobbery.
They deal with. . .
Full at: https://rdln.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/when-workers-had-class/
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