I must first apologize for the title of this essay. I am not interested in the crisis of Marxism but in the crisis of politics—I mean, emancipatory politics. What must be called not the “crisis” but the wholesale collapse of Marxism has been obvious to me for more than thirty years now. The events of the last five, or two, years, immensely important and significant as they are in other respects, teach us next to nothing as far as the theoretical body of Marx’s work is conc...
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