Extremely opinionated. If you area republican you will hate it and if you are a democrat you will love it.Published 3 months ago by Stanley J Rossell III
This book is full of interested information and observations. It really informed my view of the world. I find myself talking about it often, years after having first read it.Published 8 months ago by M.W.
I've had this book for years and just finished it today, 19 years after publication. Obviously, in our current economy her observations are a little jarring compared to 1993. Read morePublished on January 16, 2012 by Bodhi Kannon MD
This is a very important book that unfortunately lacks theoretical clarity. The irony of course is that the people who hate this book grasp in some ways more clearly than the... Read morePublished on July 14, 2011 by Christopher D. Wright
The book came in on time. It was in the condition as expect. I would recommend the buyer due to
their quality and prompt service.
I read this book for my Econ labor and technology class in undergrad, and it is a really great book that describes a phenomena that can be see clearly now especially during the... Read morePublished on September 14, 2010 by Socialeconomist17
Every now and again someone taps our collective shoulder and says "you're working too much." These infrequent reminders, often ensconced in scholarly works, tend not to resonate... Read morePublished on December 18, 2006 by ewomack
Aspects of this work are dated but Shor's book invigorates the term "wage slave" with new meaning. In this work you'll learn:
* USA citizens are the most overworked... Read more
Highly recommend this book. Though written in the 1990s arguments are still cogent today. Good articulation, research, and philosophy.Published on April 16, 2006 by Emily