Karl Marx did not know what we know: he did not know that he was Karl Marx. Had this knowledge been available to him, it would have consoled him during the many moments when he wondered whether his life's work would matter to anyone, whether the sacrifices he and his family endured in the process of constructing the edifice of his thought would ultimately be justified by his role in history. Below we present a review of the book titled 'Love and Capital: Karl and Jenny Marx and the Birth of a revolution ' by Troy Jollimore.
A review of Jonathan Cook's new book Disappearing Palestine: Israel's experiments in human despair by Gabriel Ash.
A review of Peter Custers' book: Questioning Globalized Militarism: Nuclear and Military Production and Critical Economic Theory, Tulika, New Delhi, 2007
"The White Tiger is selling good in the market as it expectedly should". Siddharthya Roy reviews Arvind Adiga's "The White Tiger".
A review of Daniel Lak's "India Express: the future of a new superpower" by Aniket Alam of Pragoti Editorial Team.
Carlos J. Castro's review of Michael Perelman's book Railroading Economics: The Creation of the Free Market Mythology
A review of David S Roediger's "How Race Survived US History"
"From the opening lines of The Iron Cage Rashid Khalidi confronts the tough question facing Palestinians: Why did they fail to establish an independent state before 1948 and what was the impact of that failure in subsequent years? Couching this work in terms of "failure" rather than victimization, Khalidi turns history on its head, leaving doors open for a far-reaching discussion of the predicament faced by nascent, then aborted, Palesntinian nationalism" Joel Gordon Reviews Rashid Khalidi's book "The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood"
"The class character of Israeli society," first published in 1969, represents a pioneering Marxist analysis on the nature of the working class in Israel. Its authors, members of the now-defunct Israeli Socialist Organization, capture the uniqueness of Israeli society—"financed by imperialism without being exploited by it." Although there have been many changes inside Israel and internationally, this article remains an important starting point for any discussion of the dynamics of Israeli society. Along with this article Pragoti presents a review by Ulli Diemer of "Israel: A Colonial-Settler State" written by Maxime Rodinson in 1967.
A review of John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark and Richard York's book: Critique of Intelligent Design.