Jacob Wren's Reviews > Capital and Its Discontents: Conversations with Radical Thinkers in a Time of Tumult

Capital and Its Discontents by Sasha Lilley
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Aug 01, 11

In a interview, Andrej Grubačić says:

The history of revolutions is, on the one hand, a history of a tension between brief moments of revolutionary creativity and the making of long lasting institutions. On the other hand, the history of revolutions often reads like the history of revolutionary alienation, when the revolutionary was, more than anything else, ultimately and almost inevitably alienated from his or her own creations.
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