Kim Mood

(2022) Breaking the Impasse: Electoral Politics, Mass Action & the New Socialist Movement in the United States, Chicago: Haymarket Books, forthcoming. (2021) ‘Does the American Experience Refute Marxism’ in Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome (eds.), Marxism and America: New Appraisals, Manchester University Press, 2021: pp. 264-290. (2020) ‘Productivity, crises and imports in the loss of manufacturing jobs‘, Capital & Class 44(1),  March 2020: pp. 47-61. (2019) Tramps and Trade Union Travelers: How Geographic Mobility Undermined Organized Labor in Gilded-Age America, 1870-1900, Chicago: Haymarket Books. (2019) ‘Labour and the Contradictory Logic of Logistics‘, Work Organisation, Labour & Globalisaton 13(1), Spring 2019: pp. 79-95. (2018) ‘High Tech, Low Growth: Robots and the Future of Work,’ Historical Materialism, 26(4): pp. 3-34. (2018) ‘A Gilded Age Social Network: John Swinton, Joseph Buchanan, and the Late Nineteenth-Century Labor Press‘, Labor: Studies in the Working -Class History of the Americas 15(1): pp. 11-24.    (2018) ‘The Neoliberal Remaking of the Working Class’ in Damien Cahill, Melinda Cooper, Martijn Konings, and David Primrose (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism. London: Sage Publications, Ltd: pp/ 399-412. (2017) On New Terrain: How Capital is Reshaping the Battleground of Class War, Chicago: Haymarket Books. (2017) ‘The New Terrain of Class Conflict in the US‘, Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy 1(2) Summer 2017: pp. 41-74.