James Petras

James Petras has written extensively on Latin America, globalization and left social movements. He is a retired from teaching sociology at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York.

The Consumer Price Index "Reform"
Against the Current, No. 69, July/August 1997

Friend, Scholar and Fighter
Against the Current, No. 65, November/December 1996

Lessons of the Chiapas Uprising
Against the Current, No. 60, January/February 1996

Anti-Semitism in Argentina
Against the Current, No. 54, January/February 1995

Greece Under the Conservatives
Against the Current, No. 40, September/October 1992

Carlos Menem & the Peronists: From Populism to Neoliberalism
Against the Current, No. 37, March/April 1992

Challenge for the Left
Against the Current, No. 34, September/October 1991

Spanish Socialism, Neither Social Nor Democratic
Against the Current, No. 28, September/October 1990

A Retreat . . . and a Fresh Start
Against the Current, No. 28, September/October 1990

Dialogue: The Third World After the Cold War
Against the Current, No. 27, July/August 1990

Roots of the FSLN's Defeat
Against the Current, No. 26, May/June 1990

Restoration & Revolutionary Transformation
Against the Current, No. 25, March/April 1990

Contradictions of Market Socialism in China
Against the Current, No. 20, May/June 1989