More on Work?

I have been thinking of writing a long essay on the nature of work then and now. It would be like my essays on Fascism and my series of essays on international trade. This means that  it would be addressed to the intelligent ignorant, including those who did not go to college, and those who did but were too busy there to attend classes, or think. Also to those who had bad teachers.

This  choice of an audience requires that I use as many words as I think necessary and that I repeat many things. In other words, this sort of project is usually heavy lifting for the writer. So, I hesitate to start. In fact, right now, I only know personally one person who would be interested. I figure I might just as well have him buy me drinks and tell him the stuff. So, before beginning, I would like to have an idea of whether others are also interested.

Just leave a message in a Comment to this posting or send me an e-mail at Thank you.


About Jacques Delacroix

I write short stories, current events comments, and sociopolitical essays, mostly in English, some in French. There are other people with the same first name and same last name on the Internet. I am the one who put up on Amazon in 2014: "I Used to Be French: an Immature Autobiography" and also: "Les pumas de grande-banlieue." To my knowledge, I am the only Jacques Delacroix with American and English scholarly publications. In a previous life, I was a teacher and a scholar in Organizational Theory and in the Sociology of Economic Development. (Go ahead, Google me!) I live in the People’s Green Socialist Republic of Santa Cruz, California.
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One Response to More on Work?

  1. Brandon Christensen says:

    I can think of a bunch of people…

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