Class Struggle and the New Deal: Industrial Labor, Industrial Capital, and the State
University Press of Kansas, 1988 - 233 sider
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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