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  • Temporary Work, Agencies and Unfree Labourby Judy Fudge; Kendra Strauss

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95

    Unfree labor has not disappeared from advanced capitalist economies. In this sense the debates among and between Marxist and orthodox economic historians about the incompatibility of capitalism and unfree labor are moot: the International Labour Organisation has identified forced, coerced, and unfree labor as a contemporary issue of global concern.... more...

  • Labour Before the Lawby Judy Fudge; Eric Tucker

    University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division 2015; US$ 42.95

    The book is simultaneously a history of law, aspects of the state, trade unions and labouring people, and their interaction within the broad and shifting terrain of political economy. The authors are attentive to regional differences and sectoral divergences, and they attempt to address the fragmentation of class experience. more...

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