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Goodbye Mr. socialism

Author: Antonio Negri; Raf Valvola Scelsi; Peter Thomas
Publisher: New York : Seven Stories Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Seven Stories Press edView all editions and formats
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"Goodbye Mr. Socialism offers a gripping encounter with one of today's leading leftists, presenting his most up-to-date analysis of global events and insight into the prospects for the Left in an age of neoliberalism. In his most accessible work yet, philosopher Antonio Negri discusses the state of the global Left since the end of the Cold War and suggests a new politics in a series of rousing conversations with Raf  Read more...
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Named Person: Antonio Negri
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Negri; Raf Valvola Scelsi; Peter Thomas
ISBN: 9781583227756 158322775X
OCLC Number: 173683635
Notes: Originally published in Italian under title: Goodbye Mr. Socialism. Milano : Feltrinelli, 2006.
Description: 256 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Goodbye Mr. Socialism --
Tous ensemble! From the strike of a metropolis to the political discovery of the common --
The left, peace, and nonviolence: the cruxes of an unresolved debate --
Seattle: the arrival of the multitude --
Chiapas and political work in the net --
Genoa: epiphany of the new --
Migrants, or the end of workers' internationalism --
Iraq: coup d'état in empire --
The commune of Madrid --
Lula: governing with the movements --
Davos: the communism of global capital --
China is near! --
Iran: but wasn't god dead? --
May Day: a strange precariat is advancing --
Italy: the mediocre anomaly.
Other Titles: Goodbye Mr. socialism.
Goodbye Mister socialism
Responsibility: Antonio Negri in conversation with Raf Valvola Scelsi ; translated from the Italian by Peter Thomas.
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"Goodbye Mr. Socialism offers a gripping encounter with one of today's leading leftists, presenting his most up-to-date analysis of global events and insight into the prospects for the Left in an age of neoliberalism. In his most accessible work yet, philosopher Antonio Negri discusses the state of the global Left since the end of the Cold War and suggests a new politics in a series of rousing conversations with Raf Valvola Scelsi. Scelsi prompts Negri to critique the episodes in the post-Cold War period that have afforded the Left opportunities to rethink its strategies and objectives. Addressing the twilight of social democracy, Negri offers a compelling defense of the prospects for social transformation."--Jacket.

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