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An examination of Trotsky's views on revolutionary organizational principles and norms from 1917 to 1940.

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Selected writings of Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci, from 1916 - 1935

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Selections from the Italian philosopher and revolutionary.

 

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A collection of the key writings of Ted Grant, one of the founders of the Militant

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A comprehensive study of fascism as it evolved in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s.

 

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Essays on the transition from capitalism to socialism in the economically advanced countries.

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Karl Kautsky is probably the first Marxist to interest himself both in the movement and the enigmatic personality of the crucified prophet.

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Paul Levi remains one of the most interesting and controversial figures in the history of the Communist movement. This is the first English edition of Levi's writings.

 

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Liebmann highlights democratic dimensions in Lenin's thinking as it developed over 25 years.

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This first volume contains some of Luxemburg’s most important statements on the globalization of capital, wage labor, imperialism, and pre-capitalist economic formations.

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Revolutionary leader Rosa Luxemburg (1871 - 1919) was at the centre of the sweeping events and mass struggles in Germany until her assassination in Berlin in 1919. This collection brings together some of her key writings including Reform or Revolution, The Mass Strike & The Russian Revolution.

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Luxemburg offers an independent and fiercely critical explanation of the economic and political consequences of capitalism in the context of the turbulent times in which she lived

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Ernest Mandel's reviews the ideas and impact of Leon Trotsky

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Novack traces the evolution of democracy from its roots in the mercantile city-states of ancient Greece through its rise and decline under modern capitalism.

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George Novack offers a Marxist critique of pragmatism as developed and popularise by Dewey.

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George Novack writes about Marxisms relationship to humanism

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Is alienation, or estrangement from one's fellow human beings, an innate and inevitable condition of human existence? The authors of this book say no.

 

 

 

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A history of empiricist philosophy from Bacon to Locke, it is a valuable introduction to the Marxist method in treating the history of ideas.

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… - Author: George Novack - Published 1978 by Pathfinder. 400 pages paperback - ISBN: 0873488202

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George Novack outlines the key ideas of the Marxist view of history, historical materialism.

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A leading Bolshevik economist writing after the introduction of the New Economic Policy in 1921

 

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“The destiny of the Russian Revolution,” writes Rosmer in his preface, “the daily gymnastics of recent years which are designated as ‘Marxism-Leninism,’ pose important questions: Is Stalin continuing Lenin? Is the totalitarian regime only another form of what was called the dictatorship of the proletariat? Was the worm already in the fruit? Is Stalinism ‘a logical and almost inevitable development of Leninism,’ as Norman Thomas asserts? In order to reply, you must first know the facts, the ideas, the men, just as they were in the heroic days of the Revolution; a preliminary work of excavation is necessary, for they have been systematically buried under successive layers of varying falsehoods. My work is aimed at helping restore them as they were in truth. I will simply say: I was there; this is how it was. My intention is to facilitate the task of those who are interested in the history of those times by placing every fact in its true light, by giving every text its full sense.”

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Trotsky's son, Leon Sedov, exposes the Moscow show trials

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This collection gathers Victor Serge's literary criticism from the 1920s to the 1940s, with his assessments of soviet writers and their massacre by Stalin.

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