Content of The Utopian Vol. 1 - 2000

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  • Karl Marx's Theory of Capital, Part 1

    Marxism claims to be the outlook (the true interests and the natural point of view) of the international working class, the laboring class created by capitalism that owns no property except its ability to work, its labor-power.


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  • Anarchism as Extreme Democracy

    Oct 9, 2009

    As Marxism, and state-socialism in general, have increasingly been discredited, there has been a tendency for leftists to turn to another tradition, that of the democratic revolution


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  • Anarchism and William Blake's Idea of Jesus

    The English poet and painter William Blake (1757-1827) left a body of breathtaking art and stirring, sometimes obscure poetry, much of it concerned with religion and much with the revolutionary struggles of his time—the American and French revolutions, the British radical movement of the 1790s, and later, the growing British labor and constitutional movement in the years 1810-1820.


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