Re: [OPE-L] (new journal) New Global Studies

From: David Laibman (dlaibman@SCIENCEANDSOCIETY.COM)
Date: Wed Nov 14 2007 - 10:39:47 EST

Mea culpa, undoubtedly.  There is, however, a comment, I think in
*'Civil War in France* to the effect that all ministers in a bourgeois
government are ministers of labor, whatever their exact titles may be.
It was a reference to some socialist accepting a post in a bourgeois

Charlie wrote:
> Since Leon Blum was born in 1872, he probably did not catch Marx's
> attention.
> Charles Andrews
> David Laibman wrote:
>> Hi all.
>> Quoting:
>> New Global Studies is
>> the first journal to approach contemporary
>> globalization as a whole,
>> and across disciplinary lines. It draws from
>> history, sociology,
>> anthropology, political science, and international
>> relations to
>> study the past and present of today's globalizing process.
>> Notice that economics is not included in the list of disciplines that
>> might be relevant to "today's globalizing process"!  Isn't that
>> fascinating?  Reminds me of Marx's comment, re Leon Blum, that *all* of
>> the Ministers in the French  government were "Ministers of Labor."  When
>> they leave out economics, all they will get is -- bad economics!
>> David

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