Nature, society, and thought, Vol. 12, No. 1 (January 1999)
Papers Presented at the Conference
“Projecting Marxism into Y2K”
University of Nevada, Reno
15–17 October 1999
(Second of two special issues):
Introduction to Second Special Conference Issue.
Paul Burkett, Was Marx a Promethean?
Donald Judd, Marxism and Sustainable Development:
The Ecological Limits of Capitalism.
Robert Fulkerson, Grassroots Organizing, Coalition
Building, and Electoral Politics: Building a Movement
for Progressive Social Change in Nevada.
Virginia Brodine, The Need for a Working-Class
Jonathan Isler, Organizing a Nonstatic Workforce.
Edwin A. Roberts, Public Marxist Intellectuals: Barrows
Dunham, Howard Selsam, and Harry K. Wells.
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Writing a Marxist Memoir:
Red Diaper Baby?
April Ane Knutson, Reflections of U.S. Imperialism
in Haitian Literature.
ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French)
Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 12, Number 1 (January 1999, Special issue).
Marxist Educational Press.
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