On The Non-Formation of a Working-Class Political Party in the U.S., 1900-1945
Year Published: 2002 First Published: 1983
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX8994
Thus the basic thesis presented here is that no major working-class political party developed in the U.S. in the 20th century because in the U.S., in contrast to all other major capitalist countries, capitalism made the transition to the intensive ("Taylorist" or "Fordist") phase of accumulation without requiring the participation of a working-class political party in the state.