In Theories of the New Class, Iván Szelényi, one of the most incisive and respected analysts of the intellectual class, and Lawrence King put New Class theories into a broad historical framework for the first time. This book grounds class theories in contemporary issues, and uses modern polemics to revitalize historical debates on the origins of capitalism.
Subjects: Political Science
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