De la communauté d'intérêts à la lutte de classe

Multitudes 5 (5):103-118 (2004)
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In his early writings, devoted to the farm workers of Eastern Prussia , Max Weber described with great insight the tensions caused simultaneously and jointly by transformations in the economic structures and by migratory phenomena. Between nationalist ideals, conquest of world markets, class struggles and transnational competition among workers, these texts provide us with many important clues better to understand Weber’s thought, as well as with many echoes anticipating the current debates about migrations



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