University of California - Berkeley, Spring 2002

Albert, Michael  and Robin Hahnel, Marxism and Socialist Theory (Boston: South End Press)
      chapter 2, “Society and History,”, pp. 65-71; 72-95
      chapter 5, “Kinship and History”, pp. 220-229
      chapter 6, “Community and History”, pp. 231-251; 252-268

Bonacich, Edna. “Class Approaches to Ethnicity and Race,” Insurgent Sociologist, X:2, Fall 1980, pp.9-24.

Burawoy, Michael and Erik Olin Wright, “Sociological Marxism,” in Jonathan Turner (ed), Handbook of Sociological Theory (Plenum: forthcoming)

Cohen, G.A. “Back to Socialist Basics”, New Left Review #207, September-October, 1994, pp.3-16

J. Goldthorpe, “Women and Class Analysis: In defense of the Conventional View”, Sociology 17:4, 1983, pp.465-476; 477-488

James, David. “The Transformation of the Southern Racial State: class and race determinants of local-state structures”,  ASR, 53, 1988, pp.191-208

Offe, Claus.  “Structural Problems of the Capitalist State: Class rule and the political system. On the selectiveness of political institutions”, in Von Beyme (ed). German Political Studies, vol. I (Sage, 1974).pp. 31-54

Przeworski, Adam. Capitalism and Social Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 1985), chapter 5. “Material Interests, Class Compromise and the State”  pp.171-203.

Przeworski, Adam. Capitalism and Social Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 1985), chapter 4. "The Material Bases of Consent", pp.133-169

Przeworski, Adam. Capitalism and Social Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 1985), chapter 2. "From Proletariat into Class: The process of class formation" , pp.47-6162-79, 80-92

Therborn, Göran. What Does the Ruling Class Do When It Rules? (London: NLB, 1978).pp 23-48; 49-67; 68-87; 87-97, 118-119

Therborn, Goran. The Power of Ideology and the Ideology of Power (Verso, 1980), pp. 1–13, 14-28, 29-49

 Van der Veen, Robert,  and Philippe van Parijs, “A Capitalist Road to Communism”, Theory & Society v.15:5, 1986, pp.635-655

Wright, Erik Olin. “A Framework of Class Analysis in the Marxist Tradition,” chapter 1 in Foundations of Class Analysis (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)

Wright, Erik Olin. Interrogating Inequality (London: Verso, 1994)
                   Chapter 7. “Why Something like Socialism is Necessary for the Transition to Something like Communism”
                   Chapter 10. “Explanation and Emancipation in Marxism and Feminism”
                   Chapter 11“Marxism After Communism”

Wright, Erik Olin. The Debate on Classes (London: Verso, 1990),
                     pp. 278-301, 301-323
                     pp. 323-348

Wright, Erik Olin. Class Counts (student edition, Cambridge University Press, 2000)
                     chapter 1, “Class Analysis”, pp. 1-17, 18-34
                     chapters 6-8, class and gender, pp.115-124, 125-144, 145-158
                     chapter 10, “A general framework for studying class consciousness and class formation” pp. 185-215

Wright, Erik Olin.  Classes (London, Verso, 1985), pp. 37-42

Wright, Erik Olin. “Working-Class Power, Capitalist-Class Interests and Class Compromise” (American Journal of Sociology, January, 2000, pp.957-1002)

Wright, Erik Olin.  “Overview: The Real Utopias Project”