Jacobin #42 | The Working Class

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This issue takes a look at 'The Working Class'. 

David Broder looks at how the parties of labour have been replaced by the parties of the educated, Isabella Weber examines what three decades of market reforms have meant for China, and Jack Saunders takes a look at the culture of British trade union militancy, and how it came to be.


The magazine of the Jacobin Foundation in Brooklyn is an enlightening political read - and with it's design and layout proves that the graphic design of the socialist left is every bit as powerful as that of the right.


A three-page analysis of Pulp's anthem 'Common People'. 

Jacobin #42 | The Working Class | Colours May Vary