Principles, Practices, and ProspectseBook - 2011
Published more than twenty years ago, Stephen Eric Bronner's bold defense of socialismremains one of the best texts to reframe the movement for modern audiences. Treatingsocialism as an ethic and reclaiming its early intellectual foundations, while acknowledging and correcting its inherent flaws, Bronner advances a more robust theory of working-class politics for the twenty-first century. Unfolding chronologically, Bronner's study revisits the labor movement's pivotalfigures-Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Karl Kautsky, Eduard Bernstein, Vladimir Lenin, and Rosa Luxem.
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource (528 pages)