Class history and class practices in the periphery of capitalism /

This volume advances our understanding of class histories and practices in societies outside the core capitalist countries, and it deepens our knowledge of resistances in this periphery through site-specific class analyses. It also features an an out-of-the-archive translation of Karl Katusky's...

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Other Authors: Zarembka, Paul (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019.
Edition:First editon.
Series:Research in political economy ; v. 34.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Preface; Paul Zarembka Part I. Peripheral Europe and Post-Hegemonic Regionalism Chapter 1. The Development of Capitalism in Russia in the Works of Marx, Danielson, Vorontsov and Lenin; James D. White Chapter 2. The Historical Course of Ownership Structures and Rentier Capitalism in Portugal; Mariana Mortágua Chapter 3. Geopolitical Economy of Post-Hegemonic Regionalism in Latin America and Eurasia; Efe Can Gürcan Part II. Africa and Latin America Chapter 4. Neoliberal Liberalism> African Authoritarianism> Disorganized Dissent; Patrick Bond Chapter 5. Capitalist Development in Argentina and Working Class Practices, 1870-2018; Nicolás Iñigo Carrera Chapter 6. Unbroken Dependency: Mexico's Passive and Bounded Revolution; Lorenzo Fusaro Chapter 7. The Meaning of Mexican Neozapatismo within the Current Antisystemic Movements; Carlos Antonio Aguirre Rojas Part III. Archive Chapter 8. Karl Kautsky on Mikhail Tugan-Baranovsky; Daniel Gaido and Darío Scattolini Chapter 9. Theories of Crises; Karl Kautsky, translated by Daniel Gaido and Darío Scattolini.