Rave Reviews of Sex Race and Class - the Perspective of Winning

Review of Sex, Race and Class in Revolutionary History 11-1 Review

By Sheila Lahr November 2013

Selma James, Sex, Race and Class: The Perspective of Winning: A Selection of Writings 1952-2011, Merlin Press, London, 2012, pp 297, £14.95

Selma James has spent a lifetime involved in radical causes and working in revolutionary movements. In the USA, she was a member of the Johnson-Forest tendency, Johnson being a pseudonym for CLR James with whom she worked closely and whom she married.


They want the money, so do we, review in MetaMute

Madame Tlank reviews Selma James, Sex Race and Class: the Perspective of Winning, Oakland: PM Press, 2012 18 September 2012

seraceclass_3.jpgIn memoriam, Shulamith Firestone


"Sex, Race, and Class" by Selma James, in Z Magazine

by Seth Sandronsky June 2012
Men and women work. But they labor under conditions of coercion. That fact is in force in and out of the home. Both settings are the concern of Selma James, 81, Brooklyn-bred in a Jewish-American, leftist working-class family, and a self-defined activist who writes about the causes and outcomes of a global, gender division of labor.

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