Class Struggle and the New Deal: Industrial Labor, Industrial Capital, and the State

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University Press of Kansas, 1988 - 233 sider
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In this reassessment of New Deal policymaking, Rhonda Levine argues that the major constraints upon and catalysts for FDR's policies were rooted in class conflict. Countering neo-Marxist and state-centred theories, which focus on administrative and bureaucratic structures, she contends that too little attention has been paid to the effect of class struggle.
 

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Indhold

Capital Labor
20
Changes in the Labor Process and the Relations of Production
27
The Dynamic of the Class Struggle
33
The Accumulation of Capitalist Contradictions
43
The Crisis and Its Impact on Labor and Capital
47
The National Industrial Recovery Act as a State Solution
64
Legislating the National Industrial Recovery Act
73
The National Recovery Administration and the Codes
79
The Monopoly Debate and Intracapitalist Conflict
92
Industrial Labor and the Struggle for Union Recognition
109
Industrial Unionization and the Political Scene
137
Foundations for a Restructuring of the Political
155
Notes
177
Bibliography
203
Index
225
Copyright

The Demise of the NIRA
85

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