The Class Politics of Law: Essays Inspired by Harry Glasbeek
For nearly fifty years, Professor Harry Glasbeek has been at the forefront of legal scholars and public intellectuals challenging assumptions and understandings about the injustices embedded in the economic, social, political and legal orders of Western capitalist democracies. His writings and teachings have influenced generations of law students, academics and activists.
The Class Politics of Law brings together eleven incisive contributions from pre-eminent scholars across several disciplines activated by the same desire for democracy and justice that Glasbeek advances, showing how capitalism shapes the law and how the law protects capitalism. This collection foregrounds a class analysis of the law's responses to corporate killing, workplace violence, surveillance, worker resistance and income inequality, among other issues.
Law | Law and Economics | Law and Politics
Tucker, Eric and Fudge, Judy, "The Class Politics of Law: Essays Inspired by Harry Glasbeek" (2019). Books. 383.
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