The collapse of the Soviet Union provides economist Howard Sherman the opportunity to re-evaluate Marxism as an alternative to conventional pro-capitalist perspectives. Arguing that Soviet Marxism distorted Marxian thought, Sherman acknowledges that Marxism must move beyond its traditional Soviet formulation. What is needed, he writes, is a new, critical Marxism that is integral to a radical political economy--a Marxism that sees society as an organic whole, dependent upon an integrated set of relationships. "There is no ...

Reinventing Marxism 1995, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

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Reinventing Marxism 1995, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

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