But the critical mechanism of "exploitation" so central to a meaningful, class-based analysis is completely absent.
This Labor Day workers will be marching and highlighting union and election struggles around the country. After the marches, it might be a good time to kick back and read a good book by a leader in those fights.
In September 2009, Van Jones stepped down as Special Advisor under a barrage of right-wing criticism of his youthful flirtation with leftist politics.
Students of art and anthropology, as well as Soviet history, would find this book to be a valuable addition to their personal library.
This seems a good time to review a remarkable book that covers one of the least-discussed periods of Woody's life.
What explains this attachment to policies that leave the U.S. and Europe in stagnation and could well throw the world into a deep depression?
A timely new book, "Arab Spring, Libyan WInter," provides a short, information-rich guide to what the NATO controversy is all about.
99 To 1: How Wealth Inequality Is Wrecking The World And What We Can Do About It, by Chuck Collins, helps readers gain a mastery over the practical politics of attacking inequality.
The work was just as dangerous and just as difficult as before, but the pay and benefits were considerably less.
Wendell Potter, a former top health insurance public relations executive, warned the Senate committee overseeing health care reform not to believe a word insurance companies said.