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In Defense of Marxism.

Marxism Page (Rick Kuhn at Australian National U.)

Socialist Scholars' Conference.

In the Library: Articles

Banaji, Jairus. "Modes of production in a materialist conception of history," Capital & Class 3 (fall 77):1-44.

Baran, Paul. "An alternative to Marxism?" Monthly Review 40,10 (3/89):44-51.

Bertram, Christopher. "International competition in historical materialism," New Left Review 183 (1990):116-28.

Boron, Atilio. "Embattled legacy: 'Post Marxism" & the social & political theory of Karl Marx," Latin American Perspectives 27 (7/00):49-79.

Brenner, Robert. "The origins of capitalist development: a critique of neo-Smithian Marxism," New Left Review 104 (7-8/77):25-92.

Davis, Horace B. "Nations, colonies & social classes: the position of Marx & Engels," Science & Society 29 (1965):28-43.

Davis, Mike. "Marx & the climates of war," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 8 (12/97):23-29.

Debray, Regis. "Marxism & the national question," New Left Review 105 (9-10/77):25-41.

Dillard, Dudley. "Capitalism" in C.K. Wilbur (ed.) The Political Economy of Development & Underdevelopment (NY, 1979), pp. 69-76.

Dowd, Doug. "Marxism for the few, or, let 'em eat theory," Monthly Review 33,11 (3/82):14-28.

Forest, Marsha. "Why I'm becoming a Marxist," Monthly Review (12/74):31-35

Genovese, Eugene. "On Antonio Gramsci," in his In Red & Black (NY, 1972), pp. 391-422.

Grundmann, Reiner. "The ecological challenge to Marxism," New Left Review 187 (1991):103-20.

Halliday, Fred. "International society as homogeneity: Burke, Marx, Fukuyama," Millennium-Journal of International Studies 21,3 (win 1992):435-61.

Hobsbawm, Eric. "The crisis of capitalism in historical perspective," Socialist Review 30 (10-12/76):77-96.

Hoselitz, Bert. "Karl Marx on secular economic & social development," Comparative Studies in Society & History 6 (1963-64):142-63.

O'Laughlin, Bridget. "Marxist approaches in anthropology," Annual Review of Anthropology 4 (1975), pp. 341-70.

Ollman, Bertell. "Marxism," Monthly Review 32,11 (4/81):38-43.

Shanin, Theodor. "Marx, Marxism & the agrarian question: Marx & the peasant commune," History Workshop Journal 12 (fall 82):108-28.

Sherwood, John M. "Engels, Marx, Malthus & the machine," American Historical Review 90 (1985):837-65.

Siegel, Jerrold. "Consciousness & practice in the history of Marxism," Comparative Studies in Society & History 24 (1982):164-77.

Sternhill, Zeev. "The 'anti-materialist' revison of Marxism as an aspect of the rise of Fascist ideology," Journal of Contemporary History 22 (1987):379-400.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Adamson, Walter L. Hegemony & Revolution: A Study of Antonio Gramsci's Political & Cultural Theory (Berkeley: U. California, 1980).

Albert, Michael & Robin Hahnel. Unorthodox Marxism: An Essay on Capitalism, Socialism & Revolution (Boston, 1978).

Anderson, Perry. Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism (NY, 1974).

__________. Lineages of the Absolutist State (NY, 1974).

__________. Considerations on Western Marxism (NY, 1976).

__________. In the Tracks of Historical Materialism (NY, 1983).

Avineri, Shlomo. The Social & Political Thought of Karl Marx (Cambridge, 1968).

Benton, Ted (ed.) The Greening of Marxism (NY, 1996).

Berlin, Isaiah. Karl Marx: His Life & Environment (2nd ed.; London, 1948).

Berman, Marshall. Adventures in Marxism (NY, 1999).

Bloch, Ernest. Natural Law & Human Dignity (?, 1985).

__________. The Principle of Hope (3 vols.; ?, 1986).

Bottomore, Tom B. & Maximilien Rubel (eds.) Karl Marx: Selected Writings in Sociology & Social Philosophy (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963).

__________ (ed.) A Dictionary of Marxist Thought (Cambridge, 1983).

Bronner, Stephen Eric. Rosa Luxemburg: A Revolutionary for Our Times (University Park PA: Pennsylvania State U, 1997).

Buhle, Paul. Marxism in the United States: Remapping the History of the American Left (London: Verso, 1987).

Cameron, Kenneth Neill. Marxism: The Science of Society, an Introduction (South Hadley MA: South End, 1985).

Cammett, John M. Antonio Gramsci & the Origins of Italian Communism (Stanford: Stanford U, 1967).

Clark, Martin. Antonio Gramsci & the Revolution that Failed (New Haven: Yale, 1977).

Cohen, G.A. Karl Marx's Theory of History: A Defense

Cornforth, Maurice. Historical Materialism (rev. ed.; NY, 1964).

Dunayevskaya, Raya. Marxism & Freedom (Irvington NY, 1989).

Eagleton, Terry. Ideology: An Introduction (London: Verso, 1991).

Finocchiaro, Maurice A. Beyond Right & Left: Democratic Elitism in Mosca & Gramsci (New Haven: Yale, 1999).

Fiori, Giuseppe. Antonio Gramsci: Life of a Revolutionary (NY, 1973).

Fischer, Ernst with Franz Marek. How to Read Karl Marx (NY: Monthly Review, 1996).

Freedman, Robert (ed.) Marx on Economics (NY: Penguin, 1962).

Frölich, Paul. Rosa Luxemburg (NY: Monthly Review, 1972).

Fromm, Erich. Marx's Concept of Man (NY, 1961).

Gandy, Ross. Marx & History, from Primitive Socity to the Communist Future (Austin: U. Texas, 1979).

Gay, Peter. The Dilemma of Democratic Socialism: Bernstein's Challenge to Marx (NY, 196?).

Germino, Dante. Antonio Gramsci: Architect of a New Politics (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State U, 198?).

Gilbert, Alan. Marx's Politics: Communists & Citizens (Boulder, 1988).

Gottlieb, Roger S. History & Subjectivity: The Transformation of Marxist Theory (Philadelophia: Temple U, 1987).

__________ (ed.) An Anthology of Western Marxism: From Lukacs & Gramsci to Socialist-Feminism (NY: Oxford, 1989).

__________. Marxism, 1844-1990: Origins, Betrayal, Rebirth (NY: Routledge, 1992).

Goukder, Alvin. The Two Marxisms (NY, 1989).

Gramsci, Antonio. Letters from Prison (ed. Lynn Lawner; NY, 1973).

Hahnel, Robin. The ABCs of Political Economy: A Modern Approach (London: Pluto, 2002).

Herod, Charles C. The Nation in the History of Marxian Thought: The Concept of Nations with History & Nations without History (The Hague, 1976).

Hindess, Barry & Paul Q. Hirst. Pre-Capitalist Modes of Production (London, 1975).

__________. Mode of Production & Social Formation: An Auto-Critique of Pre-Capitalist Modes of Production (London, 1977).

Hirst, Paul. Marxism & Historical Writing (London, 1985).

Hobsbawm, E.J. (ed.) The History of Marxism, vol. I: Marxism in Marx's Day (Bloomington: Indiana U, 1982).

Hoffman, John. The Gramscian Challenge: Coercion & Consent in Marxian Political Theory (NY, 1986).

Jay, Martin. Marxism & Totality: The Adventures of a Concept from Lukacs to Habermas (Berkeley, U. California, 198?).

Johnston, Les. Marxism: Class Analysis & Socialist Pluralism (Winchester, 1986).

Kaye, Harvey J. The British Marxist Historians: An Introductory Analysis (NY, 1985).

Kiernan, Victor. Marxism, Classes & Nation-States (NY, 1988).

Kolakowski, Leszek. Toward a Marxist Humanism: Essays on the Left Today (trans. Jane Zielonko Peel; NY: Grove, 1968).

__________. Marxism & Beyond: On Historical Underestanding & Individual Responsibility (London: Pall Mall, 1969).

__________ & Stuart Hampshire (eds.) The Socialist Idea: A Reappraisal (London: Wiedenfeld & Nicholson, 1974).

__________. Main Currents of Marxism: Its Rise, Growth & Dissolution (trans. P.S. Falla; Oxford: Clarendon, 1978).

Laclau, Ernesto. Politics & Ideology in Marxist Theory: Capitalism, Fascism, Populism (London, 1977).

Levy, Carl (ed.) Socialism & the Intelligentsia, 1880-1914 (NY, 1988).

Lukacs, Georg. Marxism & Human Liberation (NY, 1973).

Marcuse, Herbert. An Essay on Liberation (Boston, 1969).

Mark, Shula & Dagmar Engels. Contesting Colonial Hegemony: Gramsci & Imperialism (IN Y, 1994).

Martinet, Gilles. Marxism of Our Time, or, The Contradictions of Socialism (NY, 1962).

Marx, Karl. Pre-Capitalist Economic Formations (intro. E.J. Hobsbawm; NY, 1964).

__________. The Grundrisse (ed. David McLellan; NY, 1971).

Marzani, Carl. The Open Marxism of Antonio Gramsci (NY: Monthly Review, 1957).

McLellan, David. Karl Marx (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1975).

Melotti, Umberto. Marx & the Third World (London, 1977).

Mendel, Arthur P. (ed.) Essential Works of Marxism (NY, 1961).

Mills, C. Wright. The Marxists (NY, 1962). Introduction to the history of Marxian thought through annotated readings from a great variety of Marxist writers of all persuasions & their critics.

Mitrany, David. Marx Against the Peasant. A Study in Social Dogmatism (Chapel Hill: U. North Carolina, 1951).

Moore, Stanley. Three Tactics: The Background in Marx (NY, 1963).

Nettl, J.P. Rosa Luxemburg (Oxford, 1966).

Piccone, Paul. Italian Marxism (Berkeley: U. California, 1983).

Rader, Melvin. Marx's Interpretation of History (Oxford, 1979).

Rigby, S.H. Marxism & History: A Critical Introduction (NY, 1987).

Russell, James. Modes of Production in World History (London, 1989).

Salvadori, Massimo. Karl Kautsky & the Socialist Revolution, 1880-1938 (London, 1990).

Scott, Helen (ed.) The Essential Rosa Luxemburg: Reform or Revolution & the Mass Strike (Chicago: Haymarket, 2007).

Shanin, Teodor (ed.) Late Marx & the Russian Road: Marx & the "Peripheries of Capitalism" (NY: Monthly Review, 1983).

Sherover-Marcuse, Erica. Emancipation & Consciousness: Dogmatic & Dialectical Perspectives in the Early Marx (NY, 1986).

Steger, Manfred B. (ed.) Selected Writings of Eduard Bernstein, 1900-1921 (Atlantic Highlands NJ: Humanities, 1996).

__________. The Quest for Evolutionary Socialism: Eduard Bernstein & Social Democracy (NY: Cambridge, 1997).

__________ & Terrell Carver (eds.) Engels after Marx (University Park PA: Pennsylvania State U, 1999).

Stockhammer, Morris (ed.) Karl Marx Dictionary (London: Peter Owen, 1965).

Terray, Emmanuel. Marxism & "Primitive Societies": Two Studies (NY: Monthly Review, 1972).

Torrance, John. Estrangement, Alienation & Exploitation: A Sociological Approach to Historical Materialism (NY, 1977).

Trotsky, Leon. The Living Thoughts of Karl Marx (NY, 1963).

Tucker, Robert C. The Marxian Revolutionary Idea (NY, 1969).

__________ (ed.) The Marx-Engels Reader (NY, 1978).

Williams, Raymond. Marxism & Culture

Williams, William Appleman. The Great Evasion: An Essay on the Contemporary Relevance of Karl Marx & on the Wisdom of Admitting the Heretic into the Dialogue about America's Future (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1964).

Wood, Ellen Meiksins & John Bellamy Foster (eds.) In Defense of History: Marxism & the Post-Modern Agenda (NY: Monthly Review, 1997).

__________. The Origin of Capitalism (NY: Monthly Review, 2000).

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