Tony Norfield – Amazon: Becoming the Market

Link to an article by Tony Norfield:

“Amazon: Becoming the Market”

 

Bonus links: “The Massive Monopolies of Google, Facebook and Amazon, and Their Role in Destroying Privacy, Producing Inequality and Undermining Democracy” and “This City Hall, Brought to You by Amazon” and “Inside Amazon” and Monopoly Capital

Anatoly Shtyrbul – The Autonomous Industrial Colony “Kuzbass”

Link to an article by Anatoly Shtyrbul:

“The Autonomous Industrial Colony ‘Kuzbass'”

Bonus links: Project Kuzbas: American Workers in Siberia, “Descendants of Dutch Colonists Visit OAO Koks,” “From Stalingrad to Kuzbas: Sketches of the Socialist Construction in the USSR,” “The American Industrial Colony in Kuzbass in the Years of 1922–1927,” “Capitalist Restoration in Russia: A Balance Sheet (Part 1)”

Martha Rosenberg – They Aren’t All Safe

Link to an article by Martha Rosenberg:

“They Aren’t All Safe: Pharma is Willing to Look ‘Unscientific’ to Sell Vaccines”

Bonus links: “The Vaccination Quandary” (Note: he’s actually referring to Sherri Tenpenny, not Shirley Tenpenny.) and “FDA Commissioner Hamburg Appointed WHO Deputy?: A Sad Legacy” and “Poison Spring: The Secret History of Pollution and the EPA” and “Public Interest Group Calls for Investigation Into Harassment of USDA Scientists”

Angelia Wilson – Pedigree: How Elite Students Get Elite Jobs, by Lauren A. Rivera

Link to a review by Angelia R. Wilson of the book Pedigree: How Elite Students Get Elite Jobs (2015), by Lauren A. Rivera:

“Pedigree: How Elite Students Get Elite Jobs, by Lauren A. Rivera”

 

Bonus links: “Social Class in the 21st Century” and “Class Position and Musical Tastes”

Michael Hudson – The Return of the Repressed Critique of Rentiers

Link to an article by Michael Hudson, excerpted from the book Absentee Ownership and its Discontents: Critical Essays on the legacy of Thorstein Veblen (2016):

“The Return of the Repressed Critique of Rentiers: Veblen in the 21st Century Rentier Capitalism”

Bonus link: “The Legacy of Veblen in the Age of Post-Industrial Capitalism”