Vol. 38 Nbr. 2, June 2014
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- Introduction to the special section: back to the future? Thatcherism, capital, labour and the British state.
- Thatcherism and alternatives: what future for British capitalism?
- From union legislation to financial reform: a reflection on Thatcherism, capital and the British state.
- The contested and contingent outcomes of Thatcherism in the UK.
- 'They can't be the buffer any longer': front-line managers and class relations under white-collar lean production.
- 'Communism ... is the affirmation of a new community': notes on Jacques Camatte.
- From structural breakage to political reintegration of the working class: relative surplus population layers in Argentina and their involvement in the piquetero movement.
- Gramsci and the politics of education.
- Dig where you stand: working life biographies as a challenge to the neoliberal classroom.
- Introduction to the special section: urban neoliberalism, strategies for urban struggles, and 'the right to the city'.
- Books available for review.
- 'Gramsci 4.0' and the reconnaissance of neoliberal order.
- Colin Crouch: The Strange Non-Death of Neoliberalism.
- Matthew T. Huber: Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom, and the Forces of Capital.
- Wil G. Pansters (ed.): Violence, Coercion, and State-Making in Twentieth-Century Mexico: The Other Half of the Centaur.
- Fred Stahl: Worker Leadership: America's Secret Weapon in the Battle for Industrial Competitiveness.
- Peter Hudis: Marx's Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism.