An extensive two-part article on factory workers in the US in 1947. In the first half, auto worker Phil Singer (using the pen name,Paul Romano) vividly describes factory life, and in the second...
Article from Monthly Review on the effects of China's economic transformation on the working class since Mao's death.
Polite Ire critiques gender essentialism and fashionable brain imaging studies.
In memory of assaulted and slain Starbucks barista Whitney Heichel.
TRIGGER WARNING FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE
An agency worker recalls several years' temping in London, trying to help his co-workers and do as little work as possible.
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