The Two Revolutions: Antonio Gramsci and the Dilemmas of Western Marxism
The theories of Antonio Gramsci are examined in the context of the political upheavals that punctuated his life and the variety of political trends which touched or were influenced by his work.
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Gramsci and the Marxist
The Making of
The Factory Councils
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