Development, Crisis and Class Struggle: Learning from Japan and East Asia

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East Asia has long been the focus of development debates, first as a success story and now as a region in crisis. Nonetheless, there has been little if any serious discussion of what the region's experience tells us about capitalism and the prospects for non-capitalist development alternatives more centred on the needs of workers and communities. "Development, Crisis and Class Struggle" shows how a Marxist approach to East Asia can improve our understanding of, and political responses to, capitalist development and crisis.

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