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Kevin B. Anderson

Le “Lincoln” de Spielberg, Karl Marx, et la deuxième révolution américain

Summary: This article was translated into French by Sylvia Nerina and published in Avanti: Site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). Anderson’s original article, Spielberg’s “Lincoln,”…

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Summary: This article was translated into French by Sylvia Nerina and published in Avanti: Site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). Anderson’s original article, Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution, appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on December 19, 2012. The French translation can be accessed in HERE.

Kevin B. Anderson

Le “Lincoln” de Spielberg, Karl Marx, et la deuxième révolution américain

This article was translated into French by Sylvia Nerina and published in Avanti: Site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). Anderson’s original article, Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx…

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This article was translated into French by Sylvia Nerina and published in Avanti: Site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). Anderson’s original article, Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution, appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on December 19, 2012. The French translation can be accessed in HERE.

Kevin B. Anderson

Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” Karl Marx, and the Second American Revolution

The film “Lincoln” shows the radicalization that had taken place in Civil War America by January 1865, with the Lincoln administration allying itself with the Radical Republicans to end slavery.  At t…

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The film “Lincoln” shows the radicalization that had taken place in Civil War America by January 1865, with the Lincoln administration allying itself with the Radical Republicans to end slavery.  At the same time, this Hollywood epic ignores both the economic/class dimensions and the warm exchange of letters between Marx’s First International and the Lincoln administration during the very same weeks that are the subject of the film – Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Marx plus que dans les marges

Summary: This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins – Editors. The French translation of the conclusion can be acc…

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Kevin B. Anderson

Marx plus que dans les marges

Summary: This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins The French translation of the conclusion can be accessed HERE …

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Summary: This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins The French translation of the conclusion can be accessed HERE – Editors. 

Isabelle Garo

Le peuple chez Marx, entre proletariat et nation [The People According to Marx: Between Proletariat and Nation]

Summary: To be sure, Marx referred to the proletariat in an internationalist sense, across national boundaries. He also, on occasion, used the category of the “people,” the latter often in terms of na…

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Kevin B. Anderson,
Ayob Rahmani

“Interview with Kevin B. Anderson”

Hassan Mortazavi’s 2008 Persian translation of Marx’s Capital, Vol. I, is to be commended as one of the few to include the textual variants from the French edition, variants that are yet to appear in…

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Kevin B. Anderson

On the Dialectics of Race and Class: Marx’s Civil War Writings, 150 Years Later

Marx’s dialectic of race and class is related to that of Frantz Fanon and to the Civil War in the U.S., which unleashed many revolutionary possibilities – Editors.

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Marx’s dialectic of race and class is related to that of Frantz Fanon and to the Civil War in the U.S., which unleashed many revolutionary possibilities – Editors.