Red Library: Workers and Capital

In this month’s Red Library, we look at some ‘workers inquiries’, both new and old

In the mid-1960s, the Italian militant theorist Mario Tronti claimed to have ‘overturned the historical priority between capital and labour’ — the boss class were always forced to respond to workers’ demands, not the other way around. His 1966 book, Workers and Capital, is now finally available in English, 53 years after its publication, but it has […]

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