"... In this sharp polemic, he (Felix Greene) sets out to tell what imperialism is, how it works, how we are all involved in it, how it distorts our thinking, and why - unless we revolt against it- it will destroy all that is best in man and his society."...
|Title||:||The Enemy: Notes On Imperialism And Revolution|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Number of Pages||:||465 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Enemy: Notes On Imperialism And Revolution Reviews
Real ideology, I should say.
A well argued case for seeing capitalism and imperialism as the cancer that spreads throughout modern society, and how that came about with the introduction of agriculture thousands of years ago. A call to revolutionary action.But why do I feel it is biased towards a Marxist interpretation of history, and why do I feel that is unproven and lacking evidence. It's a nice theory, but it doesn't seem to convince.But a great book, and it has started me thinking of left of centre politics in a new light!
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