With an introduction by Dr. Laurence Marlow.
A spectre is haunting Europe (and the world). Not, in the twenty-first century, the spectre of communism, but the spectre of capitalism. Marx's prediction that the state would wither away of its own accord has proved inaccurate, and he did not foresee the tyrannies which have ruled large parts of the globe in his name. Indeed, he would have been appalled if he had witnessed them. But his analysis of the evils and dangers of raw capitalism is as correct now as when it was written, and some of his suggestions (progressive income tax, abolition of child labour, free education for all children) are now accepted with little question. In a world where capitalism is no longer held in check by fear of a communist alternative, The Communist Manifesto (with Socialism Utopian and Scientific, Engels's brief and clear exposition of Marxist thought) is essential reading.
The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 is Engels's first, and probably best-known, book. With Henry Mayhew's London Labour and the London Poor, it was and is the outstanding study of the working class in Victorian England.
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"An important, well-conceived, and exceptionally well-timed book. Highly recommended." - Bertell Ollman, New York University
"Flavin set out to examine the policing of women's reproduction in various contexts, and she succeeds in doing so with a text that is exceptionally well researched and written in a style that is both readable and eloquent. This book would make a fine addition to a course dedicated to social-justice issues in women's lives."-Feminist Formations,
"Illuminates the dark corners of a public polity that holds pregnant women accountable for all aspects and outcomes of their reproduction without offering the compassion, education, or control necessary to produce happy endings--or beginnings."
-Jennifer Reich, author of "Fixing Families: Parents, Power, and the Child Welfare System"
"At last, a book that recognizes that reproductive rights encompass more than abortion rights. Our Bodies, Our Crimes covers all of the essential and highly controversial topics regarding the intersection of reproductive rights and criminal justice."
-Claire M. Renzetti, co-author of "Women, Men, and Society"
"Our Bodies, Our Crimes is a beautifully written and well researched book that makes an original and important contribution to the emerging social science literature on reproductive politics. I strongly recommend it."
-Carole Joffe, author of "Doctors of Conscience: The Struggle to Provide Abortion before and after Roe v Wade"
"Our Bodies, Our Crimes is one of the most compelling books I've read in recent years. Flavin's writing is exquisite and her documentation is careful and thorough. Whether informing the reader about reproductive freedom, battered women, or incarcerated women, she does so even-handedly and ably captures the complexities and depravities that real women and girls encounter every day in this country. Flavin draws on high profile cases, unknown cases, laws, policies, history, criminology research and much more to explain how her cases are decided by race, gender, class, and sexuality. Her book will help students, legal professionals, gender and legal scholars, and lay people to understand the common themes and threads of violence against women and girls and the sexism, racism, and classism in labeling girls and women deviant and criminals."
-Joanne Belknap, author of "The Invisible Woman: Gender, Crime, and Justice"
A concise volume of Karl Marx’s most famous works
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Book Description Penguin Books, 1968. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140209158
Book Description Penguin Books, 1968. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0140209158
Book Description Penguin Books, 1968. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110140209158
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