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From the Publisher'In this important and informative book, dense theories are rendered understandable, making it highly accessible to a wide readership. In many ways, this text does so much – from couching theories historically to debunking often heard arguments against Marxism. The chapter on environmental destruction strongly connects the politics of neo-liberalism to the chilling reshaping of the natural world. This volume will be extremely useful to graduate and undergraduate students in a variety of disciplines, and will likely be considered a seminal text in fields such as education, sociology, anthropology, and political science.'
- Julia Hall, Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, Volume 6, Number 1
'The author ... has been one of the foremost Marxist writers on education in the UK in recent times. Despite the elevated place of Marxism in twentieth-century thought and political life, good books on Marxism and education are surprisingly rare and so this text provides a welcome contribution to the field.'
-Donald Gillies, British Educational Research Journal, 35:6