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Editorial Comment: UAW vs. GM (December 1945)
Editorial Comment: UAW vs. GM - This Is No Ordinary Strike - A New Level for American Labor (December 1945)
Karl Kautsky: Social Democracy vs. Communism (various dates)
Karl Kautsky: Social Democracy versus Communism (various dates)
The Trade Unions in Politics
Of course, the trade union movement is conditioned in its development by the economic and political framework within which it exists. ...
Laurie and Sy Landy: The Black Panther Party Splits (June/July 1971)
Laurie and Sy Landy: The Black Panther Party Splits (June/July 1971) ... The Black Panther Party has openly split into two warring factions. ...
The Theory of Moral Sentiments by Adam Smith 3
For first of all, it seems impossible that the approbation of virtue should be a sentiment of the same kind with that by which we approve of a convenient ...
A Modern Utopia by H. G. Wells 1905
A Modern Utopia H. G. Wells 1905. CHAPTER THE FIFTH. Failure in a Modern Utopia. Section 1. The old Utopias—save for the breeding schemes of Plato and ...
Letters: Marx-Engels Correspondence 1851
First published: in Der Briefwechsel zwischen F. Engels und K. Marx, 1913. ... there to tampering with letters il y a loin encore [it’s still a far cry]. ...
Michael Kidron: Permanent Arms Economy (1967)
Jun 1, 2008 ... Michael Kidron: A Permanent Arms Economy (Spring 1967)
Irving Louis Horowitz, "Argentina After Peron"
article from the November 1958 American Socialist.
Dave Lyddon: MDW, Piecework and British Leyland (April 1972)
Dave Lyddon: Measured Day Work, Piecework and British Leyland (April 1972) ... and put forward proposals for an alternative system of payment to piecework. ...
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