Michael D. Yates

Michael D. Yates is the Director of Monthly Review Press in New York City. He has taught workers throughout the United States. His most recent book is Work Work Work: Labor, Alienation and Class Struggle (Monthly Review Press, 2022). He can be reached at mdjyates@gmail.com

Letters of Protest: Colleges Suppress Dissent While Closing Their Eyes to Genocide

Work, Work, Work—So a Few Can Be Rich

Radical Education

The Road Beckons

Exploitation and Expropriation, or Why Capitalism Must be Attacked with Equal Force on Every Front

The Promises and Limitations of Radical Local Politics

Just Wait Until I Get Tenure

A Land Grant in Maine: the Gift That’s Been Giving Since 1767

The Faith of Geraldine

Those Who Came Before Us

Dolphins at the Hilton

Order-Givers and Order-Takers

Teaching Workers

In Search of the “Real America”

The War on Public School Teachers

One Nation, One World

Frack Job

Occupy Wall Street and the Significance of Political Slogans

The Perils of Work

Oliver Stone, Obama, and the War in Vietnam

My Christmas Story

The State of the Unions

Burrito Mas Rapido

Fear and Loathing at Saint Vincent College

Lock ‘Em Up

Fear and Loathing at St. Vincent College

Down in the Valley With Cesar

Work is Hell

At the Factory Gate

A Nation of Immigrants

Top Chef or Top Wage Thief?

The Tombstone Economy

Racism Dies Hard in Johnstown, PA

Obama and the Working Class

Minstrel Show