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Erik Olin Wright's Classes was hailed on publication, by the American Journal of Sociology, as almost certain to be the most important book on social classes of the decade. Wright presented a bold attempt--through the subtle use of the tools of analytical Marxism--to resolve some of the long-standing problems in contemporary class theory. The Debate on Classes brings together major critics of Wright's work to assess the adequacy of his theory. From differing perspectives, they deploy a range of empirical data--from studies ...

The Debate on Classes 1998, Verso, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781859842805

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The Debate on Classes 1990, Verso, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780860919667

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