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Imperialism : The Highest Stage of Capitalism  -   A Popular Outline
Imperialism : The Highest Stage of Capitalism - A Popular Outline

Imperialism : The Highest Stage of Capitalism - A Popular Outline

by V I Lenin

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Language

English

Publisher

LeftWord

ISBN

9788187496076 - Year: 2000 - Pages: 165

Binding

Paperback

V I Lenin

Author: V I Lenin
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Prabhat Patnaik
Publisher: LeftWord
Year: 2000
Language: English
Pages: 165
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788187496076

Description

Lenin's Imperialism is one of the most significant books of the twentieth century. This book is significant because it provides the steel-frame for a grand reconstruction of Marxism which becomes the basis for revolutionary praxis.

Lenin's Imperialism is one of the most significant books of the twentieth century. Its significance arises not so much from the sheer fact that it ‘explains’ imperialism and the world War. The book is significant because it provides the steel-frame for a grand reconstruction of Marxism which becomes the basis for revolutionary praxis for the rest of the twentieth century.

In his introduction to this fresh edition, eminent Marxist economist Prabhat Patnaik place Lenin’s text in its historical context, explains its relevance, its impact on revolutionary praxis in the twentieth century, and situates Lenin’s theory of imperialism within the larger debate around this term that characterizes our own times.

Contents

Introduction
Preface
Preface to the French and German Editions

IMPERIALISM, THE HIGHEST STAGE OF CAPITALISM
Concentration of Production and Monopolies
Banks and their New Role
Finance Capital and the Financial Oligarchy
Export of Capital
Division of the World among Capitalist Associations
Division of the World among the Great Powers
Imperialism, as a Special Stage of Capitalism
Parasitism and Decay of Capitalism
Critique of Imperialism
The Place of Imperialism in History

Further Readings
Index

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