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Capital-in-Crisis, Trade Unionism and the Question of Revolutionary Agency

The following PDF link is a more expanded version of my published book given in previous posts. For example, the ‘hard copy’ version contains references only to material which was unquoted in the text whereas this version – which is … Continue reading

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PDF copy of my book ‘Capital-in-Crisis, Trade Unionism and the Question of Revolutionary Agency’

Access is available at the following link to a free, downloadable pdf copy of my book ‘Capital-in-Crisis, Trade Unionism and the Question of Revolutionary Agency’ https://www.docdroid.net/5D9wIJx/707293-book.pdf.html

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Publication of ‘Capital-in-Crisis, Trade Unionism and the Question of Revolutionary Agency’

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Book to be published

My book Capital-in-Crisis, Trade Unionism and the Question of Revolutionary agency will be published and available in hard copy and electronic format in March 2017.

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Forthcoming Book

Forthcoming book to be published by international publisher : Capital-in-Crisis, Trade Unionism and the Question of Revolutionary Agency by Shaun May

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A Note on Inconsistencies in the Conception of the Soviet System as a “Post Capitalist Capital System”

A Note on Inconsistencies in the Conception of the Soviet System as a “Post Capitalist Capital System” http://www.iran-bulletin.org/economics/Meszaro1.html We start with the following question (from the above link): Question: What is the validity of criticism regarding Marx’s theory of the … Continue reading

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Note on the Historical Nature of the Determination of Class

Note on the Historical Nature of the Determination of Class In feudal society at its zenith, the Crown owned the land and this gave it the capacity to buy and sell land. The subinfeudated classes of the feudal order did … Continue reading

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