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Capitalism's world disorder : working-class politics at the Millennium

Author: Jack Barnes
Publisher: New York : Pathfinders, 1999.
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"Capitalism's World Disorder: Working-Class Politics at the Millennium may be the only millennium title on bookstore shelves today whose purpose is not to mystify and obscure but to reveal and clarify. The social devastation, financial panics, political turmoil, police brutality, and military assaults accelerating all around us are not chaos. They are the inevitable product of lawful and understandable forces  Read more...
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Barnes, Jack, 1940-
Capitalism's world disorder.
New York : Pathfinders, 1999
(OCoLC)647016146
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Barnes
ISBN: 0873488180 9780873488181 0873488199 9780873488198
OCLC Number: 41892708
Description: 501 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: 1. A Sea Change in Working-Class Politics --
2. So Far from God, so Close to Orange County: The Deflationary Drag of Finance Capital --
3. Capitalism's Deadly World Disorder --
4. The Vote for Ross Perot and Patrick Buchanan's 'Culture War': What the 1992 Elections Revealed --
5. Youth and the Communist Movement.
Responsibility: by Jack Barnes.

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"Capitalism's World Disorder: Working-Class Politics at the Millennium may be the only millennium title on bookstore shelves today whose purpose is not to mystify and obscure but to reveal and clarify. The social devastation, financial panics, political turmoil, police brutality, and military assaults accelerating all around us are not chaos. They are the inevitable product of lawful and understandable forces unleashed by capitalism."--BOOK JACKET. "But the future capitalism has in store for us is not inevitable. It can be changed by the timely solidarity, courageous action, and united struggle of workers and farmers conscious of their power to transform the world. This book has been written to bring closer that future."--BOOK JACKET.

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