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Opere di Paul M. Sweezy

Introduction to Socialism (1968) 38 copie
Four Lectures on Marxism (1981) 15 copie
Socialism (1959) 4 copie
El marxismo y el futuro (1982) 3 copie
Whither Latin America? (1963) 1 copia

Opere correlate

Labor and Monopoly Capital: The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century (1974) — Prefazione, alcune edizioni470 copie
Rivoluzione nella rivoluzione? (1967) — Prefazione, alcune edizioni214 copie
La transizione dal feudalesimo al capitalismo (1953) — Collaboratore — 154 copie
Dialettica della liberazione (1968) — Collaboratore — 127 copie
Karl Marx and the Close of His System/Bohm-Bawerk's Criticism of Marx (1949) — Editor and Introduction — 43 copie
C. Wright Mills and The power elite (1968) — Collaboratore — 24 copie
The Future of Socialism: Perspectives from the Left (1990) — Collaboratore — 8 copie
Monthly Review 72.3 (2020) — Collaboratore — 1 copia


Informazioni generali



The rich correspondence that preceded the publication of Monopoly Capital Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy were two of the leading Marxist economists of the twentieth century. Their seminal work, Monopoly Capital: An Essay on the American Economic and Social Order, published in 1966, two years after Baran's death, was in many respects the culmination of fifteen years of correspondence between the two, from 1949 to 1964. During those years, Baran, a professor of economics at Stanford, and Sweezy, a former professor of economics at Harvard, then co-editing Monthly Review in New York City, were separated by three thousand miles. Their intellectual collaboration required that they write letters to one another frequently and, in the years closer to 1964, almost daily. Their surviving correspondence consists of some one thousand letters. The letters selected for this volume illuminate not only the development of the political economy that was to form the basis of Monopoly Capital, but also the historical context—the McCarthy Era, the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis—in which these thinkers were forced to struggle. Not since Marx and Engels carried on their epistolary correspondence has there has been a collection of letters offering such a detailed look at the making of a prescient critique of political economy—and at the historical conditions from which that critique was formed.… (altro)
LarkinPubs | Mar 1, 2023 |
This is the first of the series of four collections of essays in which Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff, the editors of Monthly Review, chronicled, as it was taking place, the development of U.S. and global capitalism from the end of its "golden age" in the late 1960s to the full onset of the financial explosion of the early 1990s and after. With exceptional clarity, the authors explain basic economic principles and bring them to life with concrete examples drawn from the daily workings of the corporations and the financial markets, and the international monetary system.… (altro)
LarkinPubs | Mar 1, 2023 |
Principles of Marxian Political Economy
LarkinPubs | 1 altra recensione | Mar 1, 2023 |
1942 Classic of Marxist economic theory by the Monthly Review founder. Must-read for understanding capitalism.
It summarizes the economic ideas of Marx and his followers. It was the first book in English that dealt with certain questions thoroughly such as the transformation problem: the problem of finding a general rule to transform the "values" of commodities into the "competitive prices" of the marketplace.
miquixote | 1 altra recensione | Nov 26, 2010 |


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