Marxism and Freedom, from 1776 Until Today

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By Raya Dunayevskaya

New Delhi: Aakar Books, 2013. 388 pgs.

Dunayevskaya's first book. Reclaims the humanism and emancipatory content of Marx's thought, in the context of two centuries of industrial, social-political, and intellectual revolutions.
 

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Marxism and Freedom, from 1776 Until Today

By Raya Dunayevskaya

New Delhi: Aakar Books, 2013. (First edition was New York: Bookman Assoc., 1958.) 388 pgs.
 
In her first book, Dunayevskaya relates the 18-19th century industrial, social-political and intellectual revolutions to the development of revolutionary thought; presents Marx’s 1844 humanist essays (the first edition included the first English translations); four chapters contain her seminal interpretations of aspects of Marx’s Capital; gives her analysis of the Russian Revolution’s transformation into state-capitalism; and ends with chapters on automation and Maoism (the last added in 1964). Includes the first edition’s introduction by Herbert Marcuse and later introductions by the author.
 

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Weight 23.5 oz
Dimensions 13.5 × 9 × 1 in

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