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Recent Marxian Theory: Class Formation and Social Conflict in Contemporary Capitalism (Suny Series in Political Theory: Contemporary Issues)

John F. Sitton

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ISBN 10: 0791429423 / ISBN 13: 9780791429426
Published by State University of New York Press, 1996
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Title: Recent Marxian Theory: Class Formation and ...

Publisher: State University of New York Press

Publication Date: 1996

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1st US - 1st Printing.

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Brings together prominent recent analyses within the Marxist tradition that bear on class formation and social conflict in contemporary capitalism and concludes that class relations continue to be important for analyzing the historical trajectory of, and challenges to, capitalism, although not in the way Marx imagined.

This book brings together some of the more prominent recent analyses within the Marxian tradition that bear on the topics of class formation and social conflict in contemporary capitalism. After examining debates over historical agency, class structure, and electoral dynamics, it explores the provocative arguments of analytical Marxists, Claus Offe, Jürgen Habermas, and Immanuel Wallerstein. In light of these discussions, the author concludes that even if the variety of forces contemporary capitalism structurally generates do not promote the formation of a revolutionary “proletariat,” class relations continue to be important for analyzing the historical trajectory of, and challenges to, capitalism―although not in the way that Marx imagined.

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This books brings together some of the more prominent recent analyses within the Marxian tradition that bear on the topics of class formation and social conflict in contemporary capitalism. After examining debates over historical agency, class structure, and electoral dynamics, it explores the provocative arguments of analytical Marxists, Claus Offe, Jurgen Habermas, and Immanuel Wallerstein. In light of these discussions, the author concludes that even if the variety of forces contemporary capitalism structurally generates do not promote the formation of a revolutionary "proletariat", class relations continue to be important for analyzing the historical trajectory of, and challenges to, capitalism - although not in the way that Marx imagined.

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