The Economy

AFL-CIO, American Federationist, The Fantastic Rise in Corporate Profits, 1966, 5¢

 

Steve Babson and Nancy Brigham, Why Do We Spend So Much Money?

 

Paul Baran & Paul Sweezy, The Absorption of Surplus: The Sales Effort, 1966

Edie Black & Fred Goff, The Hanna Industrial Complex, 15¢

Victoria Bonnell and Michael Reich, Workers and the American Economy; Data on the labor force,  1969, 35¢

Jerry DeMuth, G.E.: Profile of a corporation, 1967, 15¢

William Domhoff, Researching the Governing Class of America, 1969

Richard C. Edwards, The Logic of Capitalist Expansion

Joe Eyer, Living Conditions in the United States,  10¢
 

Dave Gilbert, Consumption: Domestic Imperialism, 10¢

Richard Goodman and William Hutton,  The Law and Monopoly: The Case of Tetracycline and The Drug Price Scandal, 10¢

Bob Gottlieb & Sue Sutheim, Consumption: Domestic Imperialism, 15¢

John Gurley, Maoist and Capitalist Economic Development, 40¢

John G. Gurley, Unemployment and Inflation, 1977, 20¢

Jules Henry, Capital’s Last Frontier, 1966, 5¢

David Horowitz with Reese Erlich, The Rise of Conglomerate Corporations, 1968, 25¢

William R. Hutton, The Drug Price Scandal, 1967

Gabriel Kolko, Taxation and Inequality, 1962, 15¢

Arthur MacEwan, Crisis Abroad, Crisis at Home, 1975

Harry Magdoff, Problems of U.S. Capitalism, 1965, 5¢
 

Ernest Mandel, The Debate on Workers’ Control, 1969

Ernest Mandel, Where is America Going?, 1969, 10¢

Ernest Mandel, Workers Under Neo-Capitalism, 1968

Alfred McCoy, Angus McDonald, Pan Am Makes the Going Great, 15¢
 

Mark Naison, Rent Strikes in New York , 1967, 20¢

James O'Connor, The Meaning of Economic Imperialism, 25¢

Fredy Perlman, Essay on Commodity Fetishism, 1968, 35¢

Richard Pelton, Life in These United States, Inflation: What it is, How it Works, 15¢

Cheryl Payer, The Perpetuation of Dependence: The International Monetary Fund and the Third World, 10¢

Paul Sweezy, Can the Ruling Class Shape History?, 1969, 10¢

Paul M. Sweezy & Harry Magdoff Gold Mania: Capitalism's Fever Chart,

Paul Sweezy, The Merger Movement, a Study in Power, 1969, 15¢

Paul Sweezy, Thoughts on the American System; With emphasis on the contradiction between the national ruling class and city rulers, 1969, 10¢

Paul Sweezy, Toward a Critique of Economics, 1970 10¢

Don Villarejo, Stock Ownership and the Control of Corporations, 1961, 35¢

Red Papers 3, Welfare: The Big Lie,
 

SDS, Springfield Area Movement for a Democratic Society, Welcome to Springfield... a Mass. Mutual property, 1969, 20¢

Ed Spannaus and Paul Gallagher, Who Pays for Poverty?, 1968, 5¢

Richard Pelton,  Who Really Rules America?, 1970, 50¢

David Welsh, Building Lyndon Johnson: LBJ's Favorite Construction Company,  15¢

Daniel Zwerdling, The Food Monsters, 1980