Monthly Archives: June 2012

“Job Creators” and “Capitalists Like Me”

It’s one thing when one of the world’s wealthiest capitalists argues that he is not being taxed fairly because he is not being taxed enough, as Warren Buffett did last August.  But it’s quite another when a wealthy capitalist explains … Continue reading

Posted in Contributors, Issues, Jack Metzgar, The Working Class and the Economy, Working-class politics | Tagged , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Working Hard? Or Hardly Working?

Are you a workaholic? According to the latest research there is more than one kind. Typical workaholics are “pushed” to their work and may suffer from poorer relationships at home and at work, as well as heart attacks and other … Continue reading

Posted in Class and the Media, Contributors, Issues, Kathy M. Newman, The Working Class and the Economy | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

The Whiteness of Working-Class Studies

Later this week, scholars, artists, and activists from around the world will gather at SUNY Stony Brook for the How Class Works conference, organized by Michael Zweig and his colleagues at the Center for Study of Working Class Life.  We’re … Continue reading

Posted in Class at the Intersections, Contributors, Issues, Sherry Linkon | Tagged , , , , , | 34 Comments