This exciting introduction to global Marxism surveys the major political divisions, geographical settings, and intellectual issues that arose in the twentieth century and are now due for assessment. The contributors are both informative and perceptive, covering the full range of theories, movements and debates. The volume is particularly strong on African and Asian settings, as well as Latin Ameri...
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Publisher: Jiangsu Peoples Publishing House (March 1, 2011)
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d Engels directed their message to the workers of the world, and this book does an excellent job showing how and where this message was received and pursued. Terrell Carver, Professor of Political Theory, University of Bristol, UK An excellent survey. All the contributors are acknowledged experts in their fields who write clearly and with authority. Mixing chronological, geographical and thematic approaches, this wide-ranging book is as comprehensive as could be wished. David McLellan, Professor of Political Theory, Goldsmiths College, University of London. This is a very well conceived and well balanced collection, produced by authors who are all experts in the areas on which they write. The various contributions cover the major geographical areas in which versions of Marxism were developed. The main controversies of the century are well represented, together with some intelligent discussion of the possibilities of Marxism in the 21st-century. The writing is simple enough for the reader with no great knowledge of Marxism to follow, but the various chapters have nonetheless a great deal to offer the expert reader. Dr Mark Cowling, Reader in Criminology, University of Teesside. Convener, Political Studies Association Marxism Specialist Group, Editor, ""Studies in Marxism.