Auteur: Selma, James
Titel: Sex, Race, and Class
Sub titel: The Perspective of Winning: A Selection of Writings, 1952-2011
In 1972 Selma James set out a new political perspective. Her starting point was the millions of unwaged women who, working in the home and on the land, were not seen as "workers" and their struggles viewed as outside of the class struggle. Based on work with her late husband C.L.R. James and on movement experience South and North, she redefined the working class to include sectors previously dismissed as "marginal." This selection, spanning six decades, traces the development of Selma's perspective in the course of building an international campaigning network. It includes the classic The Power of Women and the Subversion of the Community which launched the "domestic labor debate," and many more.
2012, 300 pag., Euro 18,65
PM Press, Oakland, ISBN 9781604864540
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