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A New 1930s: Lessons for Workers and Socialists

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  • Harold James: “The end of globalization — lessons from the great depression”
  • Charles Kindleberger: “The World in Depression: 1929–1939”
  • Leo Huberman: “We, the People — The Drama of America”
  • Leon Trotsky: “Marxism in our time
  • John Steinbeck: “The Grapes of Wrath”

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