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Introduction

  • John Milios
  • Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos
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Abstract

For more than a century ‘imperialism’ has been a key concept in Left theory and politics, connoting both the aggressiveness and the overripe characteristics of modern capitalism, or at any rate of certain capitalist formations. Recent debates in Political Economy have also placed emphasis on the notion of imperialism, the reason for this being that many of Political Economy’s central concerns have had to do with the regulation of the ‘global’ economy, capitalism’s recurrent tendencies towards crisis and the centrality of the logic of capital accumulation.

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Social Capital Class Correlation Social Formation Capitalist State Class Struggle 
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© John Milios and Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos 2009

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  • Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos

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