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Article By Michael D. Yates

Articles by Michael D. Yates

“Sacco and Vanzetti” (21 December 2006)

“All the Economics You Need to Know in One Lesson” (14 October 2006)

“Preface to the Turkish Edition of Naming the System” (9 September 2006)

“Interview with Paul LeBlanc” (29 August 2006)

“Taking Back the Workers’ Law: An Interview with Ellen Dannin” (1 August 2006)

“Race Track” (10 July 2006)

“Class: A Personal Story” (July-August 2006)

“What’s the Matter with U.S. Organized Labor? An Interview with Robert Fitch” (30 March 2006)

“Right-Wing Attack Dogs Go after a Colorado High School Teacher” (3 March 2006)

“Capitalism Is Rotten to the Core” (March 2006)

“Bowling Alley” (26 December 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part Seven” (1 December 2005)

“A Hike in Sedona” (22 November 2005)

“Mobilization” (13 November 2005)

“Revelation” (29 October 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part Six”(9 October 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part Five” (24 September 2005)

“Tributes to David Houston” (with John Miller) (1 September 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part Four” (22 August 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part Three” (28 July 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part Two” (21 July 2005)

“Let’s Put the Nature of Work on Labor’s Agenda: Part One” (14 July 2005)

“Labor Movements: Is There Hope?” (with Fernando E. Gapasin) (June 2005)

“A Statistical Portrait of the U.S. Working Class” (April 2005)

“The Ghosts of Karl Marx and Edward Abbey” (March 2005)

“Inspiration from Behind the Walls” (February 2005)

“On the Road with Michael and Karen — Part Five”(November 2004)

“On the Road with Michael and Karen — Part Three”(August 2004)

“Can the Working Class Change the World?” (March 2004)

“Poverty and Inequality in the Global Economy” (February 2004)

“Minstrel Show: Racism and Poverty in Ford City, PA, 1959” (13 September 2003)

“A Student-Worker Alliance Is Born” (September 2002)

“The Rich, the Poor, and the Economists” (January 2002)

“The ‘New’ Economy and the Labor Movement” (April 2001)

“About the Workers and For the Workers” (February 2001)

“‘Workers of All Countries, Unite’: Will This Include the U.S. Labor Movement?” (July-August 2000)

“Us Versus Them: Laboring in the Academic Factory”(January 2000)

“The Road Not Taken” (November 1999)

“Braverman and the Class Struggle” (January 1999)

“An Essay on Radical Labor Education” (Fall 1998)

Articles about Michael D. Yates

Chris Townsend, “Planet of the Yates” (MRZine, 13 May 2007)

Nicole Carter, “Seeing the Real U.S.” (New York Daily News, 11 March 2007)

Kimberly K. Barlow, “Retired Prof ‘On the Road Again'”(University Times 39.9, 11 January 2007)