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    Harry R. Targ (1998). Bringing Context Back In: Reconstituting a Left Politics. Radical Philosophy Review 1 (1):54-58.
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    Harry Targ (2006). Class and Race in the USA Labor Movement. Radical Philosophy Today 3:33-44.
    Drawing on several recent studies, and a few personal interviews with leadership, the author reviews the history (1937-1968) of the United Packinghouse Workers of America (UPWA) in order to demonstrate how this Chicago-based labor movement exemplified radical commitments to social welfare and civil rights, in addition to more traditional concerns with pay and other shopfloor issues. Not only did the union have significant membership among African-American workers, but it also undertook active programs of anti-racism in order to fight racial discrimination (...)
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    Harry Targ (2006). Globalization, Neoliberalism, and the “Precarious Classes”. Radical Philosophy Today 2006:59-80.
    This paper looks at an emerging major economic trend which appears to be, in part, a consequence of neoliberal globalization. This development is the rise of a huge segment of the world’s population, in both developed and developing countries, comprising a redundant or unneeded group of workers, both rural and urban. These make up “the precarious classes.” The paper initially presents background ideas to set the stage for discussing these findings. It looks at data summarizing the consequences of globalization to (...)
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    Harry Targ & Judson L. Jeffries (2001). Camus and the New Left: From Rebels to Revolutionaries. Radical Philosophy Review 4 (1/2):117-134.
    This paper uses Albert Camus to provide insight into understanding the New Left from an empirical psychological perspective and a normative ethical perspective. In the process we show how Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) moved from rebels to revolutionaries.
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    Harry R. Targ (1991). [Book Review] People's Nicaragua. [REVIEW] Science and Society 55 (4):498-500.
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