Jason Farbman

Jason Farbman is a member of the International Socialist Organization in New York. As a Foreign Language/Area Studies Fellow at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU, he studied social organizations during the Water War in Cochabamba, Bolivia. He has written and spoken on capitalism and class struggle in Bolivia, Argentina, and Cuba, and elsewhere in Latin America.

Issue #95

Winter 2014-15

The political economy of low-wage labor

Issue contents

Upcoming features:

Accumulation by dispossession: A critical assessment by Geoff Bailey
Israel’s war on Gaza and the prospects for Palestinian liberation by Eric Ruder
Palestine, BDS, and the battle against US imperialism by Bill V. Mullen
Thailand’s crisis, coup, and fight for democracy by Giles Ji Ungpakorn
The Fourth Comintern Congress: “A way to claim victory” by Antonis Davanellos
Trotsky: Introducing a life by Paul Le Blanc

Upcoming reviews:

China’s changing working class by Charlie Hore
Not a conflict, but a conquest by Jason Farbman
The class dimension of the new resistance by Kyle Brown
The destruction of the Third World Project by Pranav Jani
The rise and fall of a Mexican drug lord by Héctor Agredano Rivera
How capitalism thwarts technology’s real potential by Brian Lenzo
The historical development of Zionist ideology in Israel by Nolan Rampy
A window into the world of the slave trade by Sarah Blaskey
Filling an important gap in the analysis of disability by Ravi Malhotra
A crash course in class and gender by Rachel Cohen
NAFTA’s gravediggers? by Todd Chretien

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