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Discovering Imperialism: Social Democracy to World War I

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Though primarily associated with the most prominent figures in the history of European Marxism—Lenin, Luxemburg, Hilferding, and Bukharin—the theory of imperialism was actually developed through lively and engaged debates within the Second International from 1898–1916. This volume assembles and translates for the first time the main documents from this debate, and features ...more
Paperback, 951 pages
Published November 20th 2012 by Historical Materialism (first published November 25th 2011)
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