Thanks to careful reading of Marx’s Notebooks, Saito brilliantly shows how Marx abandoned the idea that agricultural productivity could increase indefinitely under socialism until, in 1865-1868, he came to the opposite conclusion that only socialism could stop the absurd and destructive capitalist tendency to unlimited growth.
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The core cultural values of a revolutionary
Science, imagination, education and democracy are core values for any revolutionary movement which aims for an ecologically sustainable civilization.
An essay on a classic of Marxist philosophy. Unfortunately much of the World-Left has neglected to learn its' lessons.
Jean Batou deconstructs the simplistic interpretations of Marx's work that have obscured his relevance for our time.
Paul Buhle reviews "The Great Refusal; Herbert Marcuse and Contemporary Social Movements."