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In a new introduction, Wood discusses the relevance of The Retreat from Class in a post-Soviet world. She traces the connections between post-Marxism and current academic trends such as postmodernism and argues that a re-examination of class politics is a necessary counter to the current cynical acceptance of capitalism.
|Introduction to the New Edition|
|1||The New 'True' Socialism||1|
|2||The Journey to the New 'True' Socialism: Displacing Class Struggle and the Working Class||12|
|3||The Forerunner: Nicos Poulantzas||25|
|4||The Autonomization of Ideology and Politics||47|
|5||The Randomization of History and Politics||75|
|6||Politics and Class||90|
|7||The Non-Correspondence Principle: A Historical Case||102|
|9||Socialism and Democracy||130|
|10||Capitalism, Liberalism, Socialism||140|
|11||Socialism and 'Universal Human Goods'||167|