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This book provides, in one volume, primary sources by Marx and critical commentary which relates Marxism to contemporary social and political topics. It includes six brief works by Marx and ten articles by scholars sympathetic to but critical of Marxism. For example, the author includes the classic essay by Heidi Hartmann which criticizes Marxism for misunderstanding gender oppression, "The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism." No previous anthology of Marx has combined both brief works by Marx and multiple critical essays elaborating on his themes or engaging the shortcomings of his arguments.
John Sitton is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Table of Contents
|The Historical Origins of Capitalism||p. 3|
|The Hidden Dynamic of Capitalism||p. 3|
|The Political Trajectory of Capitalism||p. 10|
|Problems with Marx's Theory||p. 13|
|Marxism and Contemporary Capitalism||p. 22|
|Manifesto of the Communist Party||p. 37|
|Preface to the 1888 English Edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party||p. 39|
|Bourgeois and Proletarians||p. 43|
|Proletarians and Communists||p. 51|
|Socialist and Communist Literature||p. 57|
|Position of the Communists in Relation to the Various Existing Opposition Parties||p. 63|
|"Speech on Free Trade," with Engels's Preface of 1888||p. 65|
|Protection and Free Trade Preface to the Pamphlet: Karl Marx, Speech on the Question of Free Trade||p. 67|
|Speech on the Question of Free Trade Delivered to the Democratic Association of Brussels at Its Public Meeting of January 9, 1848||p. 79|
|"Preface" to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy||p. 89|
|A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy||p. 91|
|Value, Price and Profit||p. 95|
|Marx to Engels in Manchester||p. 97|
|[Value, Price and Profit]||p. 99|
|[Wages and Prices]||p. 100|
|[Value and Labour]||p. 102|
|Labouring Power||p. 107|
|Production of Surplus-Value||p. 109|
|Value of Labour||p. 110|
|Profit is Made by Selling A Commodity at its Value||p. 111|
|The Different Parts into which Surplus-Value is Decomposed||p. 112|
|General Relation of Profits, Wages and Prices||p. 114|
|Main Cases of Attempts at Raising Wages or Resisting Their Fall||p. 115|
|The Struggle between Capital and Labour and Its Results||p. 119|
|Selection from The Civil War in France||p. 123|
|Introduction [To Karl Marx's The Civil War In France]||p. 125|
|The Civil War In France||p. 135|
|Critique of the Gotha Programme||p. 145|
|Marginal Notes On The Programme Of The German Workers' Party [Critique Of The Gotha Programme]||p. 150|
|Sources of Included Works||p. 163|
|Recent Marxian Debates||p. 167|
|Notes on Authors of Articles||p. 168|
|Why Socialism?||p. 171|
|Where Do Postmodernists Come From?||p. 177|
|Monopoly-Finance Capital and the Paradox of Accumulation||p. 185|
|Stages of Accumulation||p. 187|
|Monopoly-Finance Capital and the Crisis||p. 192|
|The System's No-Exit Strategy||p. 197|
|The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism: Towards a More Progressive Union||p. 201|
|Marxism and the Woman Question||p. 202|
|Radical Feminism and Patriarchy||p. 209|
|The Partnership of Patriarchy and Capital||p. 213|
|Toward a More Progressive Union||p. 220|
|Marx and the Environment||p. 229|
|Revolutionizing Spirituality: Reflections on Marxism and Religion||p. 241|
|Suggested Further Reading||p. 257|
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