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Bryan D. Palmer, Trent University
Can workers win? Bryan D. Palmer presents a detailed account of the Minneapolis teamsters' strikes of 1934 to suggest that working-class victories are possible, however bad the circumstances.
Horst J. Helle, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
As a founder of humanist sociology Simmel sent several important messages, identified and explained here as referring to interpretation, evolution, interaction, and alienation. Simmel’s ideas on these issues are confronted and compared with those of Karl Marx and Max Weber.
Massimiliano Tomba, University of Padua. Translated from the Italian by Peter D. Thomas and Sara R. Farris
The book rethinks key categories of Marx's work beyond any philosophy of history, showing how the plurality of temporal layers that are combined and come into conflict in the violently unifying historical dimension of modernity are central to Marx's thought.
Edited by Larry Patriquin, Nipissing University
This Reader includes selections from Ellen Meiksins Wood’s groundbreaking scholarship, providing an overview of her original interpretations of capitalism, precapitalist societies, the state, political theory, democracy, citizenship, liberalism, civil society, the Enlightenment, globalization, ...
Carlos Nelson Coutinho, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
In Gramsci's Political Thought, Carlos Nelson Coutinho offers an analysis of the evolution of the political thought of Antonio Gramsci. Focusing on central concepts of the Prison Notebooks and relating them to the history of modern political ideas, the book also demonstrates that Gramsci’s ideas ...
Translated, edited and introduced by Richard B. Day, University of Toronto, Canada and Daniel Gaido, National Research Council (Conicet), Argentina
This volume assembles the main documents of the international debate on imperialism that took place in the Second International during the period 1898-1916. It asseses the contributions of the individual participants, placing them in the context of contemporary political debates.
Edited by Costas Lapavitsas, University of London SOAS
The turmoil of 2007-2009 is a crisis of financialised capitalism. This collected volume analyses financialisation by drawing on Marxist and heterodox theory of finance. It examines domestic and international aspects of financialisation, placing the crisis in its appropriate social context.
Edited by Jo Alyson Parker, Michael Crawford and Paul Harris
Time and Memory comprises essays that deal with the nature of memory as a medium that reflects the passage of time, as a tool for the manipulation of time, and as a reflection of the creative and destructive impulse.
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