The Meaning of Marxism
“In [D'Amato's] able hands, Marxist politics come alive and leap before us, pointing a way toward a better world. It's a knockout.”—Dave Zirin, author of What's My Name, Fool?: Sports and Resistance in the United States
In this lively and accessible introduction to the ideas of Karl Marx, with historical and contemporary examples, D'Amato argues that Marx's ideas of globalization, oppression, and social change are more important than ever.
Paul D'Amato is the associate editor of the International Socialist Review. His writing has appeared in CounterPunch, Socialist Worker, and SelvesandOthers.org. He is an activist based in Chicago.
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This is probably about as concise and clear you can get about a theory and history that is so long and dense. It is really a very good introduction to Marxism and inspires the reader to start delving ... Read full review
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this has some marginal utility as an introductory text, especially if you're recommending it to someone who isn't yet sure that capitalism is The Problem or is under the impression that they know all ... Read full review
The Relevance of Marxism
Marxs Materialist Method
The Marxist View of History
How Capitalism Works and How It Doesnt
No Power Greaterthe Working Class
Democracy Reform and Revolution
The Need for Socialist Organization
But What about? Arguments against Socialism 13 Can It Happen Here?
Imagine The Future Socialist Society
The Point Is to Change
Notes Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
The God That Failed?
Imperialism Nationalism and
Marxism and Oppression
Capitalism and the Environment 87 69