Bulletin N° 691
Subject: Extinction: Life Without Class Consciousness.
Dear Colleagues and Friends of CEIMSA,
I was speaking with my youngest daughter recently about the looming extinction of the polar bears. I explained to her that they were at the top of the food chain and had no natural predators, but she corrected me. Polar bears, she told me, had turned cannibalistic under the new environmental pressures. They now preyed upon each other as sources of food. This sad observation left us both speechless. I could not help but ask myself: Was this to be the destiny of our species, as well? We both remained silent thinking the unthinkable; then she returned to her art work, putting the finishing touches on the large poster that she had been painting.
The 8 items below will inform readers about life without class consciousness.
Professor of American Studies
University of Grenoble-3
Director of Research
University of Paris-Nanterre
Center for the Advanced Study of American Institutions and Social Movements
The University of California-San Diego
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