Today the working class can point to many instances of alienation from Striketober to the Great Resignation to life under COVID. This article is a nice review of Marx’s theory of alienation and how it has fared since Marx’s time. There is a discussion of György Lukács’ and Isaak Ilyich Rubin’s works. What is is hard to understand is why the author would leave out Bertell Ollman’s and István Mészáros’ books on alienation. In addition he includes a few authors who are outside the Marxian tradition.