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Forum on John French’s Lula and His Politics of Cunning

Labor Online is pleased to present the entire forum on John French’s new book,  Lula and His Politics of Cunning:From Metalworker to President of Brazil recently published in Labor: Studies in Working Class History. The forum includes essays by Adrián Lerner Patrón, Alejandro Velasco, Antonio Luigi Negro, Alex Lichtenstein, and Brodwyn Fischer,  with a response by John French, all offered free until the end of November, courtesy of Duke University Press. In this short video below, Alex Lichtenstein interviewed John French to highlight key points from the book and the forum. <> Read more →

September 6th, 2021