How to Be a Socialist in the Twenty-First Century

Erik Olin Wright devoted his life to figuring out ways the world could finally leave capitalism behind. His final book holds crucial lessons about which strategies belong to the past and which ones can build the bridge to a socialist future.

Erik Olin Wright was this era’s greatest class theorist, whose work combined clarity with a deep moral commitment to human emancipation. His posthumous book How to Be an Anticapitalist in the Twenty-First Century is the perfect capstone of a career dedicated to deepening Marxist theory and socialist politics. In a brief compass, Wright makes a […]

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