Is There an Economic Basis for Working Class Solidarity in the Current Crises?

in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
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Abstract

The economic crises that unfolded in 2008 is leading to a long term world wide stagnation, a permanent recession which will ultimately eat away at profit levels and bring into question the viability of capitalism. The response to this by capital is the developing systematic attack on the organizations and living standards of the working class in the advanced capitalist world, particularly on public sector workers. This opens up the possibility of a revived world wide working class movement provided the deep differences and contradictions discussed in this article undermining international working class solidarity can be overcome.

Is There an Economic Basis for Working Class Solidarity in the Current Crises?

in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

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