State, Power, Socialism
Developing themes of his earlier works, Poulantzas here advances a vigorous critique of contemporary Marxist theories of the state, arguing against a general theory of the state, and identifying forms of class power crucial to socialist strategy that goes beyond the apparatus of the state.
This new edition includes an introduction by Stuart Hall, originally published in New Left Review, which critically appraises Poulantzas's achievement.
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Yes: the state is heterogeneous. Yes, yes, yes. I share Stuart Hall's disappointment that Poulantzas died before giving us the ultimate critique of Foucault. Read full review
Introduction to the Verso Classics edition
Does the State equal
State Powers and Struggles
Part One The Institutional Materiality of the State
Towards a Relational Theory of Power?
The State Personnel
Part Three State and Economy Today
Economy and Politics
The Irresistible Rise of the State Administration
The Dominant Mass Party
Part Five Towards a Democratic Socialism