China and Global Capitalism: Reflections on Marxism, by L. Chun

By L. Chun

In this concise historic and conceptual research of China's evolving place in a global outlined predominantly by means of worldwide capitalist improvement, Lin deals a serious evaluate of proper debates and discusses the important and feasibility of a socialist chinese language version, reconstructed, instead to standardized modernity at an impasse.

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