Petras currently contributes to and. No economic recovery is possible now or in the foreseeable future. London: The Merlin Press, 219-238. London: The Merlin Press 47-71. Trotskyism in the United States: Historical Essays and Reconsiderations. New York: Cambridge University Press.
New York: Praeger Publishers, 63-88. His commentary is widely carried on the internet and radio stations around the world. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005. Wright Mills Award and the U. For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books directly - customer service is our primary goal. His later books include Unmasking Globalization: Imperialism of the Twenty-First Century 2001 ; co-author The Dynamics of Social Change in Latin America 2000 , System in Crisis 2003 , co-author Social Movements and State Power 2003 , co-author Empire With Imperialism 2005 , co-author Multinationals on Trial 2006.
Nominated for American Sociological Association's 1988 C. Radical Perspectives on Social Problems: Readings in Critical Sociology. Petras is the author of more than 60 books published in 29 languages, and over 600 articles in professional journals, including the , , and Journal of Peasant Studies. The authors contend that the Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations have all focused on global leadership to the detriment of pressing social, economic and political problems at home. .
This book makes a complex subject accessible and interesting. New York: General Hall, 1986. Other scholars and anti-racists have also described Petras as an. New York: Routledge Books, 210pp. Rosenfeld, ed , Indiana University Press Series: Studies in Antisemitism , 2013, pp. He has published over 2,000 articles in publications such as the , , , , , , , , and. Petras The Power of Israel in the United States, pp.
Hegemony Under Siege: Essays on Class, Politics and Development in Latin America. Petras, The Left Strikes Back: Class Conflict in Latin America in the Age of Neoliberalism. Petras defended during the , praising her policy views as pro-working class, anti-imperialist, , pro-choice, and supportive of gay rights. James Petras is a Professor of Sociology at the University Center at Binghamton. From 1973-76 Petras worked on the Bertrand Russell Tribunal on Repression in Latin America.
New York: Cambridge University Press. Currently he writes a monthly column for the Mexican newspaper, La Jornada, and previously, for the Spanish daily, El Mundo. New York: Monthly Review Press, 44-63. Yo and Michael Schwartz, eds. New York and London: Routledge. His initial appointment at Binghamton was in 1972 at the Sociology Department and his field is listed as: Development, Latin America, the Caribbean, revolutionary movements, class analysis. He has advised left-wing presidents like President Greece 1981-84 , President of Chile 1970—73 and in recent years, President , and defended the rights of the indigenous in Latin America.
To that end the entire Zionist power configuration has a reliable ally in the Zionized Obama White House and U. James Petras Nationality American Occupation Professor of James Petras born 17 January 1937 is a retired Bartle Professor Emeritus of at in and adjunct professor at , , , who has published on political issues with particular focus on Latin America and the Middle East, imperialism, globalization, and leftist social movements. About the Author: Morris Morley is a lecturer in Politics at Macquarie University. Reprinted in Demetrios James Caraley, ed. During his career he received the Western Political Science Association's the Best Dissertation award 1968 , the Career of Distinguished Service Award from the 's Marxist Sociology Section, and the Award for Best Book of 2002. The authors contend that the Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations have all focused on global leadership to the detriment of pressing social, economic and political problems at home. New York: Monthly Review Press.
New York: Cambridge University Press. London: The Merlin Press, 138-154. New York and London: Cambridge University Press. In 2011 and again in 2017, Petras endorsed the controversial work of , widely considered to be antisemitic. New York: Praeger Publishers, 429-436. Reprinted in Frank Lindenfield, ed.