Vol. 35 Nbr. 3, October 2011
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- The breakup of Britain?
- Left agency and class action: the paradox of workplace radicalism.
- Housing and hegemony: the US experience.
- Capitalist care: will the Coalition government's 'reforms' move the NHS further toward a US-style healthcare market?
- Relative surplus population and uneven development in the neoliberal era: theory and empirical application.
- Marx and the crisis.
- Debating abstract labour.
- Great transformations: the global worker, the academic observer: an extended book review.
- Eric Selbin: Revolution, Rebellion, Resistance: The Power of Story.
- Alexander Anievas (ed.): Marxism and World Politics: Contesting Global Capitalism.
- Alex Callinicos: Bonfire of Illusions: The Twin Crises of the Liberal World.
- Richard Kozul-Wright and Paul Rayment: The Resistible Rise of Market Fundamentalism: Rethinking Development Policy in an Unbalanced World.
- William Outhwaite: European Society.
- Jeff Halper: An Israeli in Palestine: Resisting Dispossession, Redeeming Israel.
- Andrew Gamble and David Lane (eds.): The European Union and World Politics: Consensus and Division.
- Edward Granter: Critical Social Theory and the End of Work.
- Ralph Darlington (ed.): What's the Point of Industrial Relations? In Defence of Critical Social Science.
- John R. Bell: Capitalism and the Dialectic: The Uno-Sekine Approach to Marxian Political Economy.
- Valeria Pulignano, Paul Steward, Andy Danford and Mike Richardson (eds.): Flexibility at Work: Critical Developments in the International Automobile Industry.
- John Bellamy Foster: The Ecological Revolution: Making Peace With the Planet.
- Michael A. Lebowitz: Following Marx: Method, Critique and Crisis.
- Dexter Whitfield: Global Auction of Public Assets: Public Sector Alternatives to the Infrastructure Market and Public Private Partnerships.
- Brian Snowdon: Globalisation, Development and Transition: Conversations with Eminent Economists.
- Books available for review.