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Harry Braverman, who sometimes used the pseudonym Harry Frankel) was born in New York City and became active in the American Trotskyist movement in 1937. He joined the newly-founded Socialist Workers Party, although he was eventually expelled from the group. During the early 1960s, Harry Braverman worked as an editor for the Grove Press, where he was instrumental in publishing The Autobiography of Malcolm X. His own most important work was Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century (1974).
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