If we want to know what boys want, let’s start from the terrible room.
Are Dylan Riley and Robert Brenner pointing to real impossibility or mere political limits?
A response to Jeremy Cohan and Benjamin Serby’s “The Two Souls of Marcuse’s One-Dimensional Man .”
There is nothing progressive about austerity.
The well-laid plans of these serious men don’t make much sense, but then they don’t need to.
If legislation that indicates some meaningful structural shift gets passed, let’s reassess, but until then we should dispense with the comforting illusion of having much sway over a fluid and depressing situation.
“Minority unions” could be a fruitful path forward at a nadir of labor’s power, but their lack of focus on traditional workplace demands speaks to a worrying professional-managerial class orientation within these pressure groups.