Nature, society, and thought, Vol. 11, No. 4 (October 1998)
Papers Presented at the Conference
“Projecting Marxism into Y2K,” University of
Nevada, Reno, 15–17 October 1999
(First of two special issues).
Introduction: Marxism and the New Millennium.
Al L. Sargis, Ideological Tendencies and Reform
Policy in China’s “Primary Stage of Socialism.”
Erwin Marquit, Popular Democracy in Socialist
Scott Marshall, Prospects for Unity in the World
David Michael Smith, Ten Theses on the Future of
Martin Orr, Emergence of “The Lone Superpower”:
Implications for Exploitation, Repression, and Resistance.
Evelyn McConeghey, Focusing the Class Struggle on
Greg Godels, The Birth and Death of Exploitation Theory:
Can the Idea of Exploitation Be Saved from John
Renzo Llorente, Marx’s Critique of the Division of Labor:
A Reconstruction and Defense.
Beatrice Edwards, Neoliberalism and Educational
Reform in Latin America.
John Streamas, Karl Yoneda and Japanese
AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 11.
ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French).
Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 11, Number 4 (October 1998, Special issue).
Marxist Educational Press.
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