Envisioning Real Utopias by Erik Olin Wright (3/8)

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This is the magnum opus by one of the foremost theorists of class in the world. It explores why capitalism is a problem, what alternatives to capitalism might look like, and what are the practical ways we can realize these alternative visions of society. As UC Berkeley Professor Michael Burawoy put it, the book is encyclopedic in its breath and daunting in its ambition. It is a classic (pun intended) for anyone interested in socialism. Wright is also one of the most well-known Marxists in the world.

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