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Historical Materialism is a new interdisciplinary journal committed to developing the explanatory and emancipatory power of classical Marxism. We aim to counter the eclipse of social imagination evident in the widespread assumption of a continuing capitalist future.Issue 2 Summer 1998
China Miéville The Conspiracy of Architecture Gregory Elliott Velocities of Change Andrew Chitty Recognition and Social Relations of Production Mike Haynes Violence and the Russian Revolution Mike Neary and Graham Taylor Marx and the Magic of Money Paul Burkett A Critique of Neo-Malthusian Marxism Slavoj Zizek Risk Society and its Discontents Plus reviews by: Geoff Kay, Ben Watson, Elmar Altvater, Esther Leslie, Mike Haynes, Martin Jenkins.Subscribe now!Send a cheque, international money order, or credit card payment to:The Editors Historical Materialism London School of EconomicsHoughton Street London WC2A 2AE UK email@example.com subscription (please specify whether to start with Issue 1 or 2):Personal rate: UK £10, Overseas £13 or US $20, Airmail £16 or US $25Institutional: UK £30, Overseas £38 or US $60, Airmail £41 or US $60
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