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Late Marx and the Russian Road: Marx and the Peripheries of Capitalism

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Marx’s approach to the growth of “peripheral countries” has triggered contentious debate and produced a voluminous literature over the years. Presenting the drafts of Marx’s discussion on rural Russia in the late 1800s, this book offers readers a crucial primary text for deciphering Marx’s attitudes towards issues echoed in contemporary debates on development. Excerpts from the writings of the People’s Will, a Russian revolutionary organization with which Marx had close association, elucidates the relation between economic growth and class struggle in less developed countries.

Author: Shanin Teodor
Publisher: VERSO
Pages: 304
ISBN: 9781786636157
Cover: Paperback
Edition Number: 1
Release Year: 2018

Teodor Shanin is Professor Emeritus at Manchester University, and founder of the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences. Born in Vilnius in 1930, Shanin survived Siberian exile as a child and went on to receive an OBE for his “extraordinary achievements in the development of higher education in Russia.”

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