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Classic work of Marxist theory by leading member of the Russian Revolution.
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Published August 20th 2005 by Pluto Press (first published June 1st 2005)
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John Victor
This was a really good book! Shame Bukharin couldn't continue his theoretical work, mainly because this seemed to be something of a beacon of him breaking from his previous, more mechanistic marxism, into something a lot more dynamic and flexible, there's good groundwork in here for a rejuvenated and less dogmatic marxism, I'd definitely recommend it to everyone.
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Professor Helena Sheehan is an academic philosopher, historian of science, and writer on communication studies, politics, and philosophical (particularly Marxist) subjects. Sheehan is a retired (Professor Emeritus) Communications lecturer at Dublin City University and has been a visiting professor at the University of Cape Town.

Born in the United States, Sheehan describes her childhood as Catholic
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