Charlie Post

Charlie Post teaches sociology at the City University of New York and is a union activist.

Piketty on Capital and Inequality
Against the Current, No. 172, September/October 2014

A German Lenin?
Against the Current, No. 168, January/February 2014

Reading CAPITAL
Against the Current, No. 164, May/June 2013

Inside the Capitalist Crisis
Against the Current, No. 163, March/April 2013

Building Identify Through Struggle
Against the Current, No. 158, May/June 2012

Party and Class in Revolutionary Crises
Against the Current, No. 150, January/February 2011

On the Legacy of Che Guevara
Against the Current, No. 146, May/June 2010

Exploring the Roots of the Crisis
Against the Current, No. 141, July/August 2009

U.S. Labor's Subterranean Fire
Against the Current, No. 131, November/December 2007

The "Labor Aristocracy"
Against the Current, No. 128, May/June 2007

The Labor Aristocracy: A Reply
Against the Current, No. 127, March/April 2007

The "Labor Aristocracy" and Working-Class Struggles: Consciousness in Flux, Part 2
Against the Current, No. 124, September/October 2006

The Myth of the Labor Aristocracy, Part 1
Against the Current, No. 123, July/August 2006

Who Gets the Spoils of War?
Against the Current, No. 104, May/June 2003

A Critical Look at Empire
Against the Current, No. 99, July/August 2002

Samuel Farber's Social Decay and Transformation
Against the Current, No. 95, November/December 2001

A Reply to Robert Brenner
Against the Current, No. 79, March/April 1999

On the Labor Bureaucracy
Against the Current, No. 68, May/June 1997

Steve Zeluck: Revolutionary Marxist
Against the Current, No. 65, November/December 1996

The Comintern, CPUSA & Activities of Rank-and-File CPers
Against the Current, No. 63, July/August 1996

The Popular Front: Rethinking CPUSA History
Against the Current, No. 63, July/August 1996

Introduction: The Flint Sitdown for Beginners
Against the Current, No. 62, May/June 1996

Power, Money, Marxist Theory
Against the Current, No. 57, July/August 1995

Rambo Comes to Paterson
Against the Current, No. 21, July/August 1989