Watch the first 19 minutes of Modern Times, by Charlie Chaplin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGNYyG8F7WY. The movie is almost 80 years old… do you feel that it is still a good illustration of what is going on today? Why or why not ? In answering this question, try to link the movie with the discussion of the labor process in the books, especially the chapter by Bowles. For example, are there any elements of control, organization, or monitoring of the labor process present in the movie that reflect the discussion in the book? What about incentives to make people work?