Totality Inside Out

Totality Inside Out

Author: Kevin Floyd

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ISBN: 0823298191

Page: 256

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The re-imagined account of capitalist totality that appears in this volume illuminates the material interlinkages between discrepant social phenomena, forms of oppression, and group histories, offering multiple entry points for readers who ...

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