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Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?

In these essays grouped around common themes, Wayne Price draws on decades of extensive practical experience in antiwar and student movements, marxist tendency groups and affinity-based anarchist organizations, to make an insightful case for "pro-organizational," class-struggle anarchism.

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Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution? <p>In these essays grouped around common themes, Wayne Price draws on decades of extensive practical experience in antiwar and student movements, marxist tendency groups and affinity-based anarchist organizations, to make an insightful case for "pro-organizational," class-struggle anarchism.</p> <p>In refreshingly accessible, non-polemical prose, Price distills the best of late 20th century marxist economic thought and anti-authoritarian organizing. This informs his coherent takes on such issues as the relation between class and non-class oppressions, productive engagement with reformist movements, technology and primitivism, and the worldwide economic crash of 2008-2009. Price's recurrent theme is how revolution can possibly be made out of our collective struggles as workers and other marginalized peoples— and how such revolution can avoid the "successes" of Leninist revolutions of China, Cuba and the Soviet Union.</p> <p>Finally, Price's engagement with the trends of anti-authoritarian marxist and anarchist thought serve as a critical introduction to dozens of other essential writers in these traditions, such as Cornelius Castoradis, Ellen Wood, Hal Draper and Paul Goodman.</p> <p>With a foreword by Andrew Flood.</p> <p>Wayne Price is also the author of<em><strong> </strong>The Abolition of the State: Anarchist &amp; Marxists Perspectives, The Value of Radical Theory: An Anarchist Introduction to Marx’s Critique of Political Economy</em>, <em>What is Class Struggle Anarchism &amp; The Relation Between Class and Non-Class Oppressions.</em></p> <p class="description_box"><strong>Author:</strong> <a title="Wayne Price" href="http://www.ageradistribution.net/agera/sv/search?controller=search&amp;orderby=position&amp;orderway=desc&amp;search_query=wayne+price&amp;submit_search=S%C3%B6k"><span style="color: #df1f23;">Wayne Price</span></a><br /><strong>Language:</strong> English<br /><strong>Format:</strong> Book (pb)<br /><strong>Pages:</strong> 218<br /><strong>Released: </strong> 2010-08-19<br /><strong>Publisher:</strong> <a title="Thoughtcrime ink" href="http://www.ageradistribution.net/agera/en/11_thoughtcrime-ink"><span style="color: #df1f23;">Thoughtcrime ink books</span></a><br /><strong>Dimensions:</strong> 185 x 135 x 15 mm<br /><strong>Weight:</strong> 270 g<br /><strong>ISBN:</strong> 9780981289700</p>
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In these essays grouped around common themes, Wayne Price draws on decades of extensive practical experience in antiwar and student movements, marxist tendency groups and affinity-based anarchist organizations, to make an insightful case for "pro-organizational," class-struggle anarchism.

In refreshingly accessible, non-polemical prose, Price distills the best of late 20th century marxist economic thought and anti-authoritarian organizing. This informs his coherent takes on such issues as the relation between class and non-class oppressions, productive engagement with reformist movements, technology and primitivism, and the worldwide economic crash of 2008-2009. Price's recurrent theme is how revolution can possibly be made out of our collective struggles as workers and other marginalized peoples— and how such revolution can avoid the "successes" of Leninist revolutions of China, Cuba and the Soviet Union.

Finally, Price's engagement with the trends of anti-authoritarian marxist and anarchist thought serve as a critical introduction to dozens of other essential writers in these traditions, such as Cornelius Castoradis, Ellen Wood, Hal Draper and Paul Goodman.

With a foreword by Andrew Flood.

Wayne Price is also the author of The Abolition of the State: Anarchist & Marxists Perspectives, The Value of Radical Theory: An Anarchist Introduction to Marx’s Critique of Political Economy, What is Class Struggle Anarchism & The Relation Between Class and Non-Class Oppressions.

Author: Wayne Price
Language: English
Format: Book (pb)
Pages: 218
Released:  2010-08-19
Publisher: Thoughtcrime ink books
Dimensions: 185 x 135 x 15 mm
Weight: 270 g
ISBN: 9780981289700

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Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?

Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?

In these essays grouped around common themes, Wayne Price draws on decades of extensive practical experience in antiwar and student movements, marxist tendency groups and affinity-based anarchist organizations, to make an insightful case for "pro-organizational," class-struggle anarchism.

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