In Marx, Dead and Alive—a book that begins and ends beside Marx’s recently violated London graveside—Merrifield makes a spirited case for a critical thinker who can still offer people a route toward personal and social authenticity. Bolstering his argument with fascinating examples of literature and history, from Shakespeare and Beckett, to the Luddites and the Black Panthers, Merrifield demonstrates how Marx can reveal our individual lives to us within a collective perspective—and within a historical continuum. Who we are now hinges on who we once were—and who we might become.
Six Session Reading and Discussion with the Capital Studies Group through February 1, 2021.
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The book can be purchased at the same time saving some dollars for those who purchase both Andy’s book and come to the seven sessions of reading through Marx Dead and Alive.