Vol. 34 Nbr. 3, October 2010
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- The continuum of passive revolution.
- Scotland: birthplace of passive revolution?
- The Canadian passive revolution, 1840-1950.
- From passive revolution to silent revolution: class forces and the production of state, space and scale in modern Mexico.
- Germany's Agenda 2010 reforms: passive revolution at the crossroads.
- Passive revolution, perestroika, and the emergence of the new Russia.
- Labour and the state in China's passive revolution.
- The uneven and combined development of the Meiji Restoration: a passive revolutionary road to capitalist modernity.
- The limits of passive revolution.
- Our awkward ancestors: Trotsky, Gramsci and the challenge of reconnaissance.
- William I. Robinson: Latin America and Global Capitalism.
- Joel Wainwright: Decolonizing Development: Colonial Power and the Maya.
- Cihan Tugal: Passive Revolution: Absorbing the Islamic Challenge to Capitalism.
- Gopal Balakrishnan: Antagonistics: Capitalism and Power in an Age of War.
- John Schwartzmantel: Ideology and Politics.
- Richard Peet: Unholy Trinity: The IMF, World Bank and WTO.
- Bill Dunn: Global Political Economy: A Marxist Critique.
- Colin Leys: Total Capitalism: Market Politics, Market State.
- Goran Therborn: From Marxism to Post Marxism?
- Mike Haynes and Jim Wolfreys (eds.): History and Revolution.
- David A. Spencer: The Political Economy of Work.
- Mark T. Berger (ed.): After the Third World?
- Regis Debray: Praised be Our Lords.
- Books available for review.