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Revolutionary Marxism 2017 Special Annual English Edition By Revolutionary Marxism
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Revolutionary Marxism is a brand new journal of theory with quite a long history. The irony derives from the fact that this journal is the English edition of a journal that has been published in... More > Turkish for many years. The first issue of the journal Devrimci Marksizm was brought out exactly ten years ago. That journal is now planning to publish its issue number 30 next spring. It was really the success and resilience of the Turkish edition that gave the Editorial Board its inspiration to publish an English edition annually. Both journals are based in Istanbul, Turkey, but the English edition, as well as the Turkish one, will collaborate with writers across a broad geography.< Less
Marxism in a nutshell By Robin Goodfellow
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This book tries hard to summarise to a more accessible language the fundamental concepts of Marxism without tone down the scientific and revolutionary characteristics.
An Exposition Of Marxism By V.I. Lenin
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Lenin's short monograph on Marx with an exposition of his philosophical and economic system. (Fully bookmarked, with clickable cross referenced notes)
Libertarian Marxism By P. Andrew Sandlin
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Exposes the the roots of the prevailing Western vision of our time — leftist radicals in the streets of Paris, 1968, who escalated egalitarianism from an economic to a cultural revolution.
Marxism and Political Correctness By Donald H Sullivan
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Political correctness, its roots in Marxism, and its effects on American society.
Marxism and Political Correctness By Donald H Sullivan
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How Marxism has infiltrated America and how it has used political correctness to steer our country toward socialism, and how we can fight it.
Marxism and Financial Crisis By Jason Unruhe
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After the Dot Com Bubble just after the new millennium and the recent Great Recession of 2008 it's becoming obvious that future crises will likely be financial in nature. In this work I hope to make... More > understanding financial crisis in capitalism from a Marxist perspective easier to understand. In it we'll be dealing with the financial cycle, inflation, credit, and the movements of various types of money in a system of commodity production.< Less
Marxism, Socialism & Communism By Andreas Sofroniou
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The three terms ‘Marxism’, ‘Socialism’, and ‘Communism’ have different meanings and are often confused. While Marxism is a philosophical and scientific theory... More > about the nature of social evolution, ‘Communism’ and’ ’Socialism’ are words which are usually employed to designate certain political policies. The relationship between these policies and Marxism is that they aim, in varying degrees, at achieving the ends which Marxism is believed to justify. The difference, between Communists and Socialists is that Socialists accept the principle of achieving their ends through the machinery of a free democracy while Communists accept this only in so far as it is inevitable, and are ready to resort to unconstitutional means to attain their ends when such methods appear likely to be more successful. Although these seem to be the ends of both Socialism and Communism, there is no ground for the belief that Marxism justifies these ends in a moral sense, i.e. shows that they ought to be pursued.< Less
Marxism, Socialism & Communism By Andreas Sofroniou
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The three terms ‘Marxism’, ‘Socialism’, and ‘Communism’ have different meanings and are often confused. While Marxism is a philosophical and scientific theory... More > about the nature of social evolution, ‘Communism’ and’ ’Socialism’ are words which are usually employed to designate certain political policies. The relationship between these policies and Marxism is that they aim, in varying degrees, at achieving the ends which Marxism is believed to justify. The difference, between Communists and Socialists is that Socialists accept the principle of achieving their ends through the machinery of a free democracy while Communists accept this only in so far as it is inevitable, and are ready to resort to unconstitutional means to attain their ends when such methods appear likely to be more successful. Although these seem to be the ends of both Socialism and Communism, there is no ground for the belief that Marxism justifies these ends in a moral sense, i.e. shows that they ought to be pursued.< Less
Essential Texts of Marxism-Leninism By Mike Bessler et al.
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A concise volume featuring five of the most important and influential works of the international communist movement.