globalisation

Les Schaffer schaffer at SPAMoptonline.net
Wed Jun 6 06:25:53 MDT 2001


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MARX ON GLOBALISATION

Edited and selected by Dave Renton
Dave Renton teaches History at Edge Hill College

· Witty, erudite and prophetic. Globalisation, is not a new
phenomenon, but in the new millennium, the processes of globalisation
are intensifying, and being experienced in new ways.

· The immense scholarship and analytic powers of Marx mean that his
writings on international capitalism and its effects remain of
interest in current debates in globalisation.

· Dave Renton offers a new selection of Marx’s economic writings,
including those not widely available, with commentary, which will
enrich current discussions.

All fixed, fast-frozen relations, with their train of ancient and
venerable prejudices and opinions, are swept away, all new-formed ones
become antiquated before they ossify. All that is solid melts into
air, all that is holy is profaned … the need of a constantly
expanding market for its products chases the bourgeoisie over the
whole surface of the globe. It must nestle everywhere, settle
everywhere, establish connections everywhere
 -The Communist Manifesto

Contents: Introduction: Marx and Globalisation: Section 1 The World
Economy; Marx and Engels, Bourgeois and Proletarians, Extract from The
Communist Manifesto, Collected Works Marx Engels Volume 6 pp483-96
Section 2 Progress; Engels, Outlines of a Critique of Political
Economy, CW3 422-2Marx, Speech on Free Trade, CW6 287-90, Marx,
Genesis of the Industrial Capitalist, Extract from Capital 1 CW35
738-48, Engels, England in 1845 and 1885, CW26 298-301, Section 3 The
Inevitability of Development?; Marx, Letter to Otechestvenniye
Zapiski, CW 24 196-201Marx, Letter to Vera Zasulich, Cw 24 364-9,
Section 4 Imperialism; Marx, Revolution in China and Europe, CW 12
93-100, Marx, Future Results of British Rule in India, CW 12 217-23,
Marx, The Indian Revolt, CW 15 353-6, Section 5 Technological
Development; Marx, Theses on Feuerbach, CW 5 3-5, Marx, Second
Observation, Extract from Poverty of Philosophy, CW 6 165-6 Section 6
Commodities and Consumerism; Marx, Estranged Labour, Extract from
Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts, CW3 270-82, Marx, The Power of
Money, Extract from Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts, CW 3
322-6, Marx, Bread Manufacture, CW 19 252-5 Section 7 Capital, Money
Wages and Trade; Marx, Universal Money, Extract from Capital 1, CW 35
153-6 Marx, Chapter on Money, Extract from Economic Manuscripts CW 28
156-8, Marx, National Differences of Wages, Extract from Capital 1 CW
35 558-64,Marx, Formation of Supply in General, Extract from Capital 2
CW 36 141-7 Section 8 Capital; Finance and Profit; Marx, Money Capital
and real Capital, Extract from Capital 3 CW 37 475-84,Marx, Decline in
the Rate of Profit, Extract from Economic Manuscripts CW 33
148-51. Index

189pp    June 2001 Economics/Politics
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