<em>Labor and Monopoly Capital</em> Twenty Years After: An Introduction

Authors

  • John Bellamy Foster

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-046-06-1994-10_1

Keywords:

Political Economy, Labor

Abstract

It is a measure of the influence of Harry Braverman and radical labor process analysts generally that only two decades after the publication of Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century (1974) it is difficult to recall the absolute confidence with which the orthodox view of work relations was espoused in the early post-Second World War years. At that time the preeminent interpretation of work in modern society was the one presented by Clark Kerr, John Dunlop, and others in a book entitled Industrialism and Industrial Man (1960).

Published

1994-11-01

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