Some reflections on two books by Ellen Wood

in Historical Materialism
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Abstract

Some time ago, the editors of Monthly Review invited me to submit a short review of two recent books by Ellen Wood: The Pristine Culture of Capitalism, and Democracy Against Capitalism. I found myself, in the course of re-reading these books, filled with admiration for most of what the author said, and indeed, for the manner in which she presented her case. At various points, however, I found myself not fully satisfied. But a short review was not the place to develop my concerns.

Some reflections on two books by Ellen Wood

in Historical Materialism

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