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High tech, low pay : a Marxist analysis of the changing character of the working class

Author: Sam Marcy
Publisher: New York : World View Forum, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : [2nd ed.]View all editions and formats
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Its theories eerily prescient of modern-day times, this treatise--first published more than 20 years ago--examines the devastating impact of the scientific and technological revolution on wages and employment in the United States and illustrates how this revolution led to unprecedented levels of exploitation in those countries that received massive U.S. corporate investment. Among its tenets is the position that the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Marcy, Sam, 1911-
High tech, low pay.
New York : World View Forum, ©2009
(OCoLC)316834529
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sam Marcy
ISBN: 9780895671561 0895671565
OCLC Number: 676696988
Description: 1 online resource (xxxix, 154 pages) : illustrations
Contents: pt. 1. The scientific-technological revolution and the changing character or the working class --
pt. 2. Technology and national oppression --
pt. 3. Strategies for a working class fightback.
Responsibility: Sam Marcy.

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Its theories eerily prescient of modern-day times, this treatise--first published more than 20 years ago--examines the devastating impact of the scientific and technological revolution on wages and employment in the United States and illustrates how this revolution led to unprecedented levels of exploitation in those countries that received massive U.S. corporate investment. Among its tenets is the position that the phenomenon now known as globalization would dramatically change the composition of the U.S. working class from a highly skilled and highly paid, largely white, male "aristocra.

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