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Capitalism's Recurrent Self-Criticism: An Evaluation of Bob Brenner's Global Economics

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A joyless irony of our time is that, just as Marxism as political doctrine has been declared dead, Marxist economics has never been better argued and empirically defended. Bob Brenner's The Economics of Global Turbulence is a good example. As an overview of the global economy from World War Two to the present it is unequalled. Here is the historian at work, leaving few stones unturned and the exhaustive treatment makes for daunting reading. But an exploration of fifty years of global economy is not a stroll through the daisies and the serious reader comes prepared for a long hike.


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