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From the Publisher"Should prove of interest not only to economists, economic geographers, and labor historians, but also to those engaged in, for instance, cultural studies and political theory."
-Environment and Planning
"Brilliantly argued and beautifully written."
— Journal of Historical Geography
"Brilliant . . . An incisive and convincing argument that places struggles over the wage relationships right at the heart of the 'cultural politics of capitalism.'"
— New Labor Forum
"Provocative and stimulating."
— The Annals of Iowa
"Profoundly theoretical and compellingly argued . . . a work of stunning originality."
— Labor Studies Journal
This remarkable work combines broad theoretical expertise and rich historical case studies.
—David Roediger, University of Illinois