Capitalist Change and Generational Shifts

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  • Ellen Meiksins Wood

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-050-05-1998-09_1

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Political Economy

Abstract

Ask anyone what single event has most decisively shaped the culture of the left in the late 20th century, and they are almost certain to tell you that it was the "collapse of Communism." Yet look at any of the dominant intellectual currents on the left today and you will find that, even while they invoke that historic Gotterammerung, they situate the great cultural and political rupture of our era somewhere else, and earlier.

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1998-10-01

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