By Simon Clarke
Marx, Marginalism and sleek Sociology bargains an interpretation of Marx's critique of political economic system because the foundation of a critique of recent economics and sociology. The center of the ebook is an account of Marx's thought of alienated labour because the foundation of Marx's paintings as an entire.
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