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Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism
Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism
by David Harvey
Edition: Hardcover
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4.0 out of 5 stars Harwey's valuable insights, June 26, 2014
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David Harvey put his finger very critical timely events and process that the left must consider to have a good political strategy. Nevertheless it would be better if he add explanations about the practical results of seventeen contradictions, especially most fundamental ones


The Fontana History of Technology
The Fontana History of Technology
by D. Cardwell
Edition: Paperback
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2.0 out of 5 stars Cardwell's understanding of underlying causes of scientific developments, June 26, 2014
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First of all, I have not finished the book. But as a first impression I think its approach the subject matter is not realistic for me. He focus on the ideas of leading persons, for me it is socio-economic and political conditions of the time that determine the development speed and quality of science.


A People's History of the World: From the Stone Age to the New Millennium
A People's History of the World: From the Stone Age to the New Millennium
by Chris Harman
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars the first history of peoples from a marxist point of view, July 4, 2008
there are many books which attempt to give us man's history. Harman, one of the leading Marxist writers of our time, try to write the history of man from marxist point of view. Just for this reason it is wortwhile to read. It is an important effort against the ideological/theoretical offensive of the so-called individualistic reading of our history.


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