This review of Bhaskar Sunkara’s The Socialist Manifesto locates the book within socialist debates about revolutionary praxis and the limits of reform versus revolution. The reviewer argues that the book has been accused, both fairly and unfairly, as “socialism without revolution,” an argument that can only be understood by delving more deeply into the positions advocated by the author. While Sunkara does in fact advance a “revolutionary socialism” in terms of concrete policy proposals, it is fair to ask critical questions about whether or not his limited interrogation of capitalist power is compatible with his self-professed goals.
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Cox, Ronald W.
"In Defense of Revolutionary Socialism: The Implications of Bhaskar Sunkara’s "The Socialist Manifesto","
Class, Race and Corporate Power: Vol. 7:
2, Article 1.
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