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  1. The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: Perspectives Resolution of the International Committee of the Fourth International

    The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: Perspectives Resolution of the International Committee of the Fourth International

    Written in 1988, this far-sighted document examines the globalization of the world economy and the mounting conflict of US, Japanese and European imperialism; the rapid growth of the countries of the Asian-Pacific Rim; and the significance of the process of capitalist restoration in China and the Soviet Union. Learn More
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  2. A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy

    A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy

    First published in 1859, this work by Karl Marx was a preparation for the writing of Capital. In the preface Marx gives a brilliant exposition of the method of historical materialism. (hard cover) Learn More
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  3. Critique of the Gotha Program

    Critique of the Gotha Program

    The Critique of the Gotha Program contains the text of a letter written by Karl Marx in 1875 to his supporters in Germany, the Eisenach faction of the social democratic movement, which was soon to merge with the supporters of Ferdinand Lasalle. Learn More
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    The Frankfurt School, Postmodernism and the Politics of the Pseudo-Left: A Marxist Critique

    This title is available for preorder. In stock after August 10.

    The polemical essays in this volume examine the complex interaction between history, philosophy and politics. The author defends historical materialism against contemporary anti-Marxist philosophical tendencies related to the Frankfurt School and postmodernism.

    Among the topics covered are the irrationalist assault on the traditions of the Enlightenment, the reactionary character of modern utopianism, and the importance of a historically-directed consciousness in the understanding of objective political reality. The book evaluates the work of such neo-utopian theoreticians as Hendrik de Man, Ernst Bloch, Wilhelm Reich, and Herbert Marcuse.

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