Beyond Capital: Marx's Political Economy of the Working Class
Macmillan, 1992 - 187 pages
Marxism stands accused of economic determinism, reductionism and a silence on human experience. This book argues that these problems can be traced back to Marx's failure to write his planned book on wage-labour. Combined with subsequent ignorance of Marx's method, the result has been a one-sided Marxism.
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The Missing Book on WageLabour
The OneSidedness of Capital
The Political Economy of WageLabour
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