The Future In The Present by C. L. R. James

"The Future in the Present" is a collection of essays and lectures that delve into the social and political issues of its time, with a focus on the dynamics of class struggle, the importance of revolutionary thought, and the role of the state. The work critically examines the potential for human liberation and the necessary conditions for a society to transition towards socialism. It emphasizes the significance of understanding historical and contemporary movements, while advocating for the active participation of the working class in shaping their future. The author's Marxist perspective is evident as he explores themes of power, resistance, and the quest for a more equitable world.

The 7889th greatest book of all time


Published
1977
Nationality
Trinidadian
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Unknown

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