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La dynamique du capital: Un siècle d'économie américaine, Duménil, Gérard; Lévy, Dominique, Paris: PUF, 1996 Abstract

Review of: Measuring the wealth of nations: The political economy of national accounts, Moseley, Fred (Reviewer), Journal of Economic Literature; 33(1), March 1995, pages 203-204. Abstract

Longer hours, fewer jobs: Employment and unemployment in the United States, Yates, Michael D., Cornerstone Books. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1994, pages 144. Abstract

Empirical Evidence that the Social Relations of Production Matter: The Case of the Ante-bellum U.S. South, Nilsson, Eric A., Cambridge Journal of Economics; 18(3), June 1994, pages 259-77. Abstract

Labor statistics and class struggle, Linder, Marc, New York: International, 1994, pages vii, 122. Abstract

Centrally Planned Economies: The Soviets at Peace, the United States at War, DiNoto, Michael, American Journal of Economics and Sociology; 53(4), October 1994, pages 415-32. Abstract

Measuring the wealth of nations: The political economy of national accounts, Shaikh, Anwar M.; Tonak, E. Ahmet, Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1994, pages xvii, 380. Abstract

American Workers and the Future of Minimum Wage Politics, Kamolnick, Paul, Review of Radical Political Economics; 25(2), June 1993, pages 26-49. Abstract

Using US Input-Output Data for Marxian Empirical Research: Values, Production Prices and Wage-Profit Curves, Ochoa, Eduardo M., Moseley, Fred; Wolff, Edward N., eds. International perspectives on profitability and accumulation. New Directions in Modern Economics series, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt. 1992, pages 122-54.

The dispossessed: America's underclass from the Civil War to the present, Jones, Jacqueline, New York: Harper Collins, Basic Books, 1992, pages xiii, 399. Abstract

Technological Change, Distribution and Stability, Duménil, Gérard; Lévy, Dominique, Moseley, Fred; Wolff, Edward N., eds. International perspectives on profitability and accumulation. New Directions in Modern Economics series, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt. 1992, pages 235-83.

Stages in the Development of US Capitalism: Trends in Profitability and Technology since the Civil War, Duménil, Gérard; Glick, Mark; Lévy, Dominique, Moseley, Fred; Wolff, Edward N., eds. International perspectives on profitability and accumulation. New Directions in Modern Economics series, Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt. 1992, pages 42-65.

Technical and Organizational Progress and the Turnover of Capital, Haass, Jens M., Review of Radical Political Economics; 24(1), Spring 1992, pages 114-35. Abstract

The United States as a developing country: Studies in U.S history in the Progressive Era and the 1920s, Sklar, Martin J., Cambridge; New York and Oakleigh, Australia: Cambridge University Press, 1992, pages xi, 238. Abstract

The Reserve Army Effect, Unions, and Nominal Wage Growth, Tsuru, Tsuyoshi, Industrial Relations; 30(2), Spring 1991, pages 251-70. Abstract

Al norte: Agricultural workers in the Great Lakes region, 1917-1970, Valdes, Dennis Nodin, Mexican American Monographs, no. 13. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1991, pages ix, 305. Abstract

Cyclical Behavior of the Labor Share, Sherman, Howard J., Review of Radical Political Economics; 22(2-3), Summer-Fall 1990, pages 92-112. Abstract

Appearance and Reality in Postwar Shopfloor Relations, Fairris, David, Review of Radical Political Economics; 22(4), Winter 1990, pages 17-43. Abstract

Marx and Engels on America, Morais, H. M., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 3. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 667-84. Previously published: [1948].

Long-run Equilibrium in the Empirical Study of Monopoly and Competition, Glick, Mark; Ehrbar, Hans G., Economic Inquiry; 28(1), January 1990, pages 151-62. Abstract

The Intersection of Race, Gender, Class in the United States Today, Ferguson, Ann, Rethinking Marxism; 3(3-4), Fall-Winter 1990

The shadow of a dream: Economic life and death in the South Carolina low country, 1670-1920, Coclanis, Peter A., Oxford; New York; Toronto and Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1989, pages ix, 370. Abstract

The Increase of Unproductive Labor in the Postwar U.S. Economy, Moseley, Fred, Review of Radical Political Economics; 20(2-3), Summer-Fall 1988, pages 100-106.

The corporate reconstruction of American capitalism, 1890-1916: The market, the law, and politics, Sklar, Martin J., Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1988, pages xiv, 484. Abstract

Super profits and crises: Modern U.S. capitalism, Perlo, Victor, New York: International, 1988, pages xv, 548. Abstract

The Power Axis: Bowles, Gordon, and Weisskopf's Theory of Postwar U.S. Accumulation, Norton, Bruce, Rethinking Marxism; 1(3), Fall 1988

Slavery, Classes and Accumulation in the Antebellum South, Feiner, Susan F., Rethinking Marxism; 1(2), 1988, pages 116-41

The Poor in the United States: A Class-Analytic Approach, Stormes, James Ryan, Rethinking Marxism; 1(2), 1988, pages 76-102

Struggling with Class Struggle: Marxism and the Search for a Synthesis of U.S. Labor History, Kazin, Michael, Labor History; 28(4), Fall 1987, pages 497-514.

Growth, accumulation, and unproductive activity: An analysis of the postwar U.S. economy, Wolff, Edward N., Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1987, pages xi, 201. Abstract

Origins of the Federal Reserve System: Money, class, and corporate capitalism, 1890-1913, Livingston, James, Ithaca, N.Y., and London: Cornell University Press, 1986, pages 250. Abstract

Solidarity and fragmentation: Working people and class consciousness in Detroit, 1875-1900, Oestreicher, Richard Jules, The Working Class in American History series, Urbana, Ill. and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1986, pages xix, 263. Abstract

Monopoly or Competition in the U.S. Economy?, Glick, Mark, Review of Radical Political Economics; 17(4), Winter 1985, pages 121-27.

Marx's Concepts of Productive Labor and Unproductive Labor: An Application to the Postwar U.S. Economy, Moseley, Fred, Eastern Economic Journal; 9(3), July-September 1983, pages 180-89.

Factors, Bankers and Planters: Class Relations in the Antebellum South, Feiner, Susan F., Journal of Economic History


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