SOURCE: N + 1
by Gabriel Winant
The recently deceased radical scholar never allowed the particularity of historical moments to disappear under theoretical abstraction, which made his work powerful and compelling.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Hua Hsu
Often wrongly called a "prophet of doom," Mike Davis worked to show how digging up the past could point the way to a humane future.
SOURCE: Los Angeles Review of Books
Matt Garcia, William Deverell and others share personal reflections on their personal and professional intersections with the mold-breaking historian and activist.
by Charlotte Rosen
The late Mike Davis wrote his influential and controversial history of Los Angeles as a noir thriller, exposing the greed and corruption beneath the sunny surface.
SOURCE: Mother Jones
"There are probably a billion and a half people, maybe more, maybe 2 billion, in the informal working class who have simply been triaged already in advance. So the fate of a very large minority of humanity has been determined now."
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- Nelson Lichtenstein on a Half Century of Labor History
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