Marxist Perspectives on Latin America in the Global Political Economy
Edited by Susan Spronk and Jeffery R. Webber
Contributors are: Dario Azzellini, Emilia Castorina, Mariano Féliz, Juan Grigera, Nicolas Grinberg, Gabriel Hetland, Claudio Katz, Thomas Purcell, Ben Selwyn, Susan J. Spronk, Guido Starosta, Leandro Vergara-Camus, and Jeffery R. Webber.
Susan J. Spronk and Jeffery R. Webber
Michael A. Lebowitz, Roland Denis, Sara Motta, Steve Ellner, Susan Spronk, George Ciccariello-Maher, Sujatha Fernandes, Jeffery R. Webber and Thomas Purcell
The ‘Bolivarian Revolution’ in Venezuela under Hugo Chávez has reignited debate in Latin America and internationally on the questions of socialism and revolution. This forum brings together six leading intellectuals from different revolutionary traditions and introduces their reflections on class-struggle, the state, imperialism, counter-power, revolutionary parties, community and communes, workplaces, economy, politics, society, culture, race, gender, and the hopes, contradictions, and prospects of ‘twenty-first-century socialism’ in contemporary Venezuela.