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Catalyst Volume 1 No. 2
by Jacobin (#2)

Done

None (2017). Jacobin. Jacobin Foundation.


Jacobin Foundation, 2017. 208 pages.

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p.128
false consciousness »
(especially in Marxist theory) a way of thinkin...
p.124
lacuna »
an unfilled space; a gap (plural: lacunae)
p.122
ludic »
(adjective) of, relating to, or characterized b...
p.114
vitiate »
(verb) to make faulty or defective; impair / (v...
p.35
reifying »
make (something abstract) more concrete or real
p.201
exploitation always requires a justification
This relentless focus on intersubjective, inter...
p.200
the cultural chasm as the result of economic st...
The likes of Murray and Vance are not wrong to ...
p.193
securing worker cooperation through manipulation
[...] Management has long understood that using...
p.174
from flexible to dispersed production
[...] starting in the 1940s, the US auto indust...
p.172
submerged welfare states
To the extent that Republicans cut the benefits...

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Old Gods, New Enigmas

defending the working class as the universal emancipator

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Old Gods, New Enigmas

defending the working class as the universal emancipator

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41

The New Terrain of Class Struggle in the United States

things have changed but not insurmountably

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41

The New Terrain of Class Struggle in the United States

things have changed but not insurmountably

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107

Bourdieu's Class Theory: The Academic as Revolutionary

an interesting critique of Bourdieu. says that his sociology is nonexplanatory

4 / 3
107

Bourdieu's Class Theory: The Academic as Revolutionary

an interesting critique of Bourdieu. says that his sociology is nonexplanatory

4 / 3
137

Irish Politics Since the Crash

I don't really know/care about Irish politics but this piece situated things in a broader context (EU, etc) so was mildly interesting

good point about transfer pricing among multinationals totally wrecking the idea of GDP (which has little validity to begin with)

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137

Irish Politics Since the Crash

I don't really know/care about Irish politics but this piece situated things in a broader context (EU, etc) so was mildly interesting

good point about transfer pricing among multinationals totally wrecking the idea of GDP (which has little validity to begin with)

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167

The Tea Party in Retrospect

an interview. warning that we shouldn't glorify the Tea Party campaigns too much

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167

The Tea Party in Retrospect

an interview. warning that we shouldn't glorify the Tea Party campaigns too much

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173

Management-By-Stress

an enlightening detailed take on Toyotism. responding to an article from last issue

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173

Management-By-Stress

an enlightening detailed take on Toyotism. responding to an article from last issue

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195

The New "Culture of Poverty"

an excellent critique of Strangers in Their Own Land / Hillbilly Elegy

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195

The New "Culture of Poverty"

an excellent critique of Strangers in Their Own Land / Hillbilly Elegy

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