Nature, society, and thought, Vol. 19, No. 2 (April 2006)
Werner Ebeling, Value in Physics and Self-Organization in
Relation to Marx’s Theory of Value.
International Meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties,
Lisbon, 10–12 November 2006: Press Release.
Presentation by the Communist Party of Bolivia to the
International Meeting of Communist and Workers’
Remarks on the Brazilian Elections by the Communist
Party of Brazil (PCdoB).
John Foster, Iraqi Communist Party View of Challenges
Facing Iraq after the Baker-Hamilton Report: Interview
with Iraqi Communist Party Central Committee
Member Salam Ali.
Kerryn Williams, Sudanese Communists Discuss Prospects
MORE PAPERS FROM THE NST CONFERENCE/STUDY
TOUR IN VIETNAM, JANUARY 2006:
R. Scott Frey, The International Traffic in Asbestos.
Nguyen Van Manh, Interaction between Economic
Globalization and Political-Judicial Institutions.
Kathleen Densmore, The Myth of Free-Market Education.
Nguyen Quoc Pham, Marxism and Socialist Orientation
Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie, Coffee’s Dark and Bloody Ground.
Nguyen Duc Lu, Religion and Culture in the Transformations of the Modern World Economy.
Eddie Girdner, Neoliberalism and Class Formation on a
Armen Baghdoyan, The Necessity of Democratic Socialism.
David Pena, Lenin, Hegel, and Western Marxism: A Critical
Study, by Kevin Anderson.
Eric R. Jackson and Marvin J. Berlowitz, The Deacons for
Defense: Armed Resistance and the Civil Rights
Movement, by Lance Hill.
Renzo Llorente, Why Read Marx Today? by Jonathan
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Second Forum of the World Association for Political
Economy (WAPE), University of Shimane, Japan,
27–28 October 2007.
ABSTRACTS (in English and French).
Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 19, Number 2 (April 2006).
Marxist Educational Press.
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