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Research in Critical Marxist Theory

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CONTENTS


Articles

NICK DYER-WITHEFORD
1844/2004/2044: The Return of Species-Being…………………………………………………………
MARCEL VAN DER LINDEN
On Council Communism…………………………………………………………………………………


Symposium: Marxism and African Realities

LIAM CAMPLING
Editorial Introduction: Marxism and  
Africa...………………………........................................…
PABLO L.E. IDAHOSA AND BOB SHENTON
The Africanist’s ‘New’ Clothes………………………………………... ………………………
HENRY BERNSTEIN
Considering Africa’s Agrarian  
Questions............................................................... 
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PATRICK BOND
Bankrupt Africa: Imperialism, Subimperialism and the Politics of  
Finance…………………..
RAY BUSH
Undermining Africa………………………………………………………………………………
ALEX NUNN AND SOPHIA PRICE
Managing Development: EU and African Relations through the Evolution of  
the Lomé and Cotonou Agreements……………………………………………………………………………………….
ALEJANDRO COLAS
The Reinvention of Populism: Islamist Responses to Capitalist  
Development in the Contemporary  
Maghreb…………………………………………………………………………………………
CHRISTOPHER WISE
Geo-Thematics, and Orality-Literacy Studies in the Sahel……………………………………..
CARLOS OYA
The empirical investigation of rural class formation: methodological  
issues in a study of large and mid-scale farmers in  
Senegal…………………………………………………………………………………
FRANCO BARCHIESI
The Ambiguities of 'Liberation' in Left Analyses of the South African  
Democratic Transition…
BRIAN RAFTOPOULOS AND IAN PHIMISTER
Zimbabwe Now: The Political Economy of Crisis and Coercion…………………………………

Interventions
DAVID MOORE
Marxism and Marxist Intellectuals in Schizophrenic Zimbabwe: How Many  
Rights for Zimbabwe’s Left? A  
Comment……………………………………………………….……………...................………............….
ASHWIN DESAI
Magic, Realism and the State in Post-Apartheid South  
Africa………………………................

Review Articles

PARESH CHATTOPADHYAY
on ‘Karl Marx - Exzerpte und Notizen: Sommer 1844 bis Anfang 1847’, in  
Gesamtausgabe (MEGA) vierte Abteilung. Band 3.   
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NIGEL HARRIS
on ‘Trade in Early India: Themes in Indian History’, edited by Ranabir  
Chakravarti, and ‘Origins of the European Economy: Communications and  
Commerce, AD 300-900’.......................……………..
SURINDER S. JODHKA
on Tom Brass’s ‘Towards a Political Economy of Unfree Labour’ and  
‘Peasants, Populism and  
Postmodernism’…………………………………………… 
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HENRY VANDENBURGH
on ‘Habermas, Critical Theory, and Health’, edited by Graham  
Scrambler……………………...

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Helmling’s The Success and Failure of Fredric Jameson, Sean Homer’s  
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Articles o MARIA TURCHETTO on The Empire Strikes Back: On Hardt and  
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Asia: A Reply o DAN BOUSFIELD on Export-Led Development and  
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TONY SMITH On the Homology Thesis o CHRISTOPHER J. ARTHUR on Once More  
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State Socialism: Theories and Analysis, edited by John Higley and  
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Capitalist Property Relations: A Critical Assessment of David Held’s  
Cosmopolitan Theory o PAUL CAMMACK on The Governance of Global  
Capitalism: A New Materialist Perspective o WILLIAM BROWN on The Bank,  
Africa and Politics: A Comment on Paul Cammack o SIMON PIRANI on Class  
Clashes with Party: Politics in Moscow between the Civil War and the  
New Economic Policy o GLENN RIKOWSKI on Alien Life: Marx and the Future  
of the Human o Interventions o JAMES GORDON FINLAYSON on The Theory of  
Ideology and the Ideology of Theory? Habermas Contra Adorno o DEBORAH  
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Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering, and Peter Novick’s  
The Holocaust in American Life o CHIK COLLINS on David McNally’s Bodies  
of Meaning: Studies on Language, Labor and Liberation o CRAIG BRANDIST  
on Galin Tihanov’s The Master and the Slave: Lukács, Bakhtin and the  
Ideas of their Time o CHRIS ARTHUR on  Enrique Dussel’s Towards an  
Unknown Marx: A Commentary on the Manuscripts of 1861–3 o BOB JESSOP on  
Fritz K. Ringer’s Max Weber’s Methodology: the Unification of the  
Cultural and Social Sciences.

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Past to Make the Future: Reflections on Allende's Government o Articles  
o SIMON BROMLEY on Reflections on ‘Empire’, Imperialism and United  
States Hegemony o JAIRUS BANAJI on The Fictions of Free Labour:  
Contract, Coercion, and So-Called Unfree Labour o ALAN MILCHMAN on  
Marxism and the Holocaust o An Interview with MICHAEL HARDT o  
Interventions o ANGELA DIMITRAKAKI on Art and Politics Continued:  
Avant-garde, Resistance and the Multitude in Documenta II o ANDREW  
LEVINE and ELLIOTT SOBER Reply to Paul Nolan's 'What's Darwinian About  
Historical Materialism? A Critique of Levine and Sober' o PAUL NOLAN  
Rejoinders o Reviews o KEES VAN DER PIJL on Peter Gowan’s The Global  
Gamble - Washington's Faustian Bid for World Dominance and Bob Deacon’s  
Global Social Policy - International Organizations and the Future of  
Welfare o COLIN MOOERS on Cultural Studies and Political Theory Edited  
by Jodi Dean and Culture and Economy After the Cultural Turn, Edited by  
Larry Ray and Andrew Sayer o RAY KIELY on Meghnad Desai’s Marx's  
Revenge: The Resurgence of Capitalism and the Death of Statist  
Socialism o IAN BIRCHALL on Susan Weissman’s Victor Serge: The Course  
Is Set on Hope o ALAN SHANDRO on Jeremy Lester’s Dialogue of Negation:  
Debates on Hegemony in Russia and the West o PRANAV JANI on Mapping  
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Volume 11 Issue 4 o Symposium: The American Worker o Articles o Alan  
Johnson Editorial Introduction: The American Worker and the Absurd  
Truth about Marxism o Karl Kautsky The American Worker o Daniel Gaido  
‘The American Worker’ and the Theory of Permanent Revolution: Karl  
Kautsky on Werner Sombart’s Why Is There No Socialism in the United  
States? o Paul Le Blanc The Absence of Socialism in the United States:  
Contextualising Kautsky’s ‘American Worker’ o Loren Goldner On the  
Non-Formation of a Working-Class Political Party in the United States,  
1900–45 o Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff Exploitation, Consumption,  
and the Uniqueness of US Capitalism o Noel Ignatiev Whiteness and Class  
Struggle o Alan Johnson Equalibertarian Marxism and the Politics of  
Social Movements o Peter Hudis Workers as Reason: The Development of a  
New Relation of Worker and Intellectual in American Marxist Humanism o  
Intervention o Christopher Phelps Why Wouldn’t Sidney Hook Permit the  
Republication of His Best Book? o Archive o Franz Mehring Literary  
Review of Hermann Schlüter’s, Die Anfänge der deutschen  
Arbeiterbewegung in Amerika o Franz Mehring Obituary of Friedrich Sorge  
o Film Review o Bryan D. Palmer The Hands That Built America: A  
Class-Politics Appreciation of Martin Scorsese’s The Gangs of New York  
o Reviews o Kim Moody on Seymour Martin Lipset’s & Gary Marks’s It  
Didn’t Happen Here: Why Socialism Failed in the United States o Mary  
McGuire on American Exceptionalism: US Working-Class Formation in an  
International Context, Edited by Rick Halpern and Jonathan Morris and  
Andrew Strouthous’s US Labour and Political Action, 1918-24: A  
Comparison of Independent Political Action in New York, Chicago, and  
Seattle o Bryan D. Palmer on Peter Linebaugh’s and Marcus Rediker’s The  
Many-Headed Hydra: The Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic o  
Alan Wald on Rachel Rubin’s Jewish Gangsters of Modern Literature,  
Caren Irr’s The Suburb of Dissent: Cultural Politics in the United  
States and Canada During the 1930s, Cary Nelson’s Revolutionary Memory:  
Recovering the Poetry of the American Left and Billy Ben Smith’s Career  
of Proletarian Novelist and New Yorker Short Story Writer Edward  
Newhouse o Gerald Friedman on Janet Irons’s Testing the New Deal: The  
General Textile Strike of 1934 in the American South o Graham Barnfield  
on Andrew Hemingway’s Artists on the Left: American Artists and the  
Communist Movement, 1926–1956 and Paula Rabinowitz’s Black & White &  
Noir: America’s Pulp Modernism o Robbie Lieberman on Bryan K. Carman’s  
A Race of Singers: Whitman’s Working Class Hero from Guthrie to  
Springsteen o Sharon Smith on Nelson Lichtenstein’s State of the Union:  
A Century of American Labor o Nelson Lichtenstein A Rejoinder to Sharon  
Smith

Volume 12 Issue 1 o Articles o Wal Suchting on Althusser’s Late  
Thinking About Materialism o Alan Carling on the Darwinian Weberian:  
W.G. Runciman and the Microfoundations of Historical Materialism o  
Peter jones on Critical Remarks on Critical Discourse Analysis as  
Social Theory o Interventions o John McIlroy on Critical Reflections on  
Recent British Communist Party History o John Foster on Marxists,  
Weberians and Nationality: A Response to Neil Davidson o Reviews o Paul  
Wetheley on The Global Third Way Debate, edited by Anthony Giddens,  
Anthony Giddens’s Where Now for New Labour?, and Alex Callinicos’s  
Against the Third Way o Jason Barker on Alain Badiou’s Manifesto for  
Philosophy, Deleuze: The Clamor of Being, and Ethics. An Essay on the  
Understanding of Evil o Paul Blackledge on Richard Weikart’s Socialist  
Darwinism: Evolution in German Socialist Thought from Marx to Bernstein  
o Paul Burkett on Ben Fine’s Social Capital versus Social Theory:  
Political Economy and Social Science at the Turn of the Millennium o  
Jan Dumolyn on Peasants into Farmers ? The Transformation of Rural  
Economy and Society in the Low Countries (Middle Ages – 19th Century)  
in Light of the Brenner Debate, edited by P. Hoppenbrouwers & J.L. Van  
Zanden o Steve Wright on Futuro anteriore. Dai ‘Quaderni Rossi’ ai  
movimenti globali: ricchezze e limiti dell’operaismo italiano, edited  
by G. Borio, F. Pozzi & G. Roggero, and F. Berardi’s La nefasta utopia  
di Potere operaio. Lavoro tecnica movimento nel laboratorio politico  
del Sessantotto italiano o Conference Report o Enda Brophy on the  
‘Operaismo a Convegno’ Conference, 1–2 June 2002 – Rialto Occupato,  
Rome, Italy.

Volume 12 Issue 2 o The Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Memorial Prize  
Lecture o Brian Kelly Materialism and the Persistence of Race in the  
Jim Crow South o Articles o Giuseppe Tassone & Peter Thomas Editorial  
Introduction to Domenico Losurdo o Domenico Losurdo Towards a Critique  
of the Category of Totalitarianism o Massimo De Angelis Separating the  
Doing and the Deed: Capital and the Continuous Character of Enclosures  
Interventions o Paresh Chattopadhyay The Soviet Question and Marx  
Revisited: A Reply to Mike Haynes o Mike Haynes Rejoinder to  
Chattopadhyay o David McNally Language, Praxis and Dialectics: Reply to  
Collins o Chik Collins Marxism and Language: A Response to McNally’s  
‘Language, Praxis and Dialectics: Reply to Collins’ o Reviews o Vasant  
Kaiwar on Dipesh Chakrabarty’s Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial  
Thought and Historical Difference and Ranajit Guha’s Dominance without  
Hegemony: History and Power in Colonial India o Peter Green on The  
Culmination of Capital: Essays on Volume III of Marx’s ‘Capital’,  
edited by Martha Campbell and Geert Reuten o Samuel R Friedman on  
Darren Webb’s Marx, Marxism and Utopia o Matthew Caygill Socialist  
Register 2001: Working Classes: Global Realities, edited by Colin Leys  
and Leo Panitch

Volume 12 Issue 2 o Articles o Dimitri Dimoulis and John Milios  
Commodity Fetishism vs. Capital Fetishism: Marxist Interpretations  
vis-à-vis Marx’s Analyses in ‘Capital’ o  Symposium on Moishe Postone’s  
‘Time, Labor and Social Domination’ o Guido Starosta o Editorial  
Introduction o Moishe Postone  Critique and Historical Transformation o  
Robert Albritton Theorising Capital’s Deep Structure and the  
Transformation of Capitalism o Christopher J. Arthur Subject and  
Counter-Subject o Werner Bonefeld On Postone’s Courageous but  
Unsuccessful Attempt to Banish the Class Antagonism from the Critique  
of Political Economy o Joseph Fracchia On Transhistorical Abstractions  
and the Intersection of Historical Theory and Social Critique o Peter  
Hudis The Death of the Death of the Subject o Geoffrey Kay and James  
Mott Concept and Method in Postone’s ‘Time, Labor and Social  
Domination’ o David McNally The Dual Form of Labour in Capitalist  
Society and the Struggle over Meaning: Comments on Postone o Karen  
Miller The Question of Time in Postone’s ‘Time, Labor and Social  
Domination’ o Michael Neary Travels in Moishe Postone’s Social  
Universe: A Contribution to a Critique of Political Cosmology o Marcel  
Stoetzler Postone’s Marx: A Theorist of Modern Society, Its Social  
Movements and Its Imprisonment by Abstract Labour o  Reviews o Sumit  
Sarkar on the Return of Labour to South Asian History: Raj  
Chandavarkar’s ‘The Origins of Industrial Capitalism in India: Business  
Strategies and the Working Classes in Bombay, 1900-1940’ and ‘Imperial  
Power and Popular Politics: Class, Resistance and the State in India,  
c.1850-1950’, Ian Kerr’s ‘Building the Railways of the Raj’, Dilip  
Simeon’s ‘The Politics of Labour under Late Colonialism: Workers,  
Unions and the State in Chota Nagpur, 1928-1939’, Janaki Nair’s ‘Miners  
and Millhands: Work, Culture and Politics in Princely Mysore’ and  
Chitra Joshi’s ‘Lost Worlds: Indian Labour and its Forgotten Histories’  
o Chris Harman  on William Smaldone’s ‘Rudolf Hilferding: The Tragedy  
of a German Social Democrat’ and F. Peter Wagner’s ‘Rudolf Hilferding:  
The Theory and Politics of Democratic Socialism’ o Loren Goldner Joao  
Bernardo’s ‘Poder e Dinheiro. Do Poder Pessoal ao Estado Impessoal no  
Regime Senhorial, Séculos V-XV’ o Branwen Gruffyd-Jones  on Sean  
Creaven’s ‘Marxism and Realism: A Materialistic Application of Realism  
in the Social Sciences’

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