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How Class Works: Power and Social Movement
How Class Works: Power and Social Movement Stanley Aronowitz 0300105045 9780300105049 Although Americans like to believe that they live in a classless society, Stanley Aronowitz demonstrates that class remains a potent force. Defi
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How Class Works: Power and Social Movement by Stanley Aronowitz

Although Americans like to believe that they live in a classless society, Stanley Aronowitz demonstrates that class remains a potent force. Defining class as the power of social groups to make a difference, he explains that social groups such as labor movements, environmental activists, and feminists become classes when they make demands that change the course of history. WithHow Class WorksAronowitzputs the subject of social class squarely on the intellectual agendathough in a new, inclusive, and dynamic form. Like his influentialFalse Promises, How Class Worksis both intellectually exciting and morally challenging.Barbara Ehrenreich InHow Class WorksAronowitz argues for the enduring vitality of the concept of social class as a way of understanding social relations. This is a significant contribution to social theory, an argument certain to be widely considered, debated, and tested.George Lipsitz, author ofAmerican Studies in a Moment of Danger An intellectually captivating book on a topic that remains as timely and significant as ever.Howard Kimeldorf, University of Michigan

Author: Stanley Aronowitz

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 263

Publisher: Yale University Press

Publication Date: 2004-07-11

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