Imperialism And World Economy [Nikolai Bukharin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A treatise on world economy and imperialism. Bukharin attempted to explain the underlying dynamic of imperialism more systematically. In Imperialism and World Economy, Bukharin analyzes imperialism as. N.I. Bukharin. Imperialism and World Economy. Chapter I: World Economy Defined1). 1. IMPERIALISM AS A PROBLEM OF WORLD ECONOMY. 2.
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Cuadernos de Pasado y Presente To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Imperialism and World Economyplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Imperialism and World Economy. Lists with This Book. From my view this book’s is considered one of the classic Marxist texts, written in as an analysis of the development of capitalism as a world system and how this leads to imperialist conflict.
I found the text very dense and initially slow to digest, having to read over passages a few times to understand. Partly this is due to the language and From my view this book’s is considered one of the classic Marxist texts, written in as an analysis of the development of capitalism as a world system and how this leads to imperialist conflict.
Partly this is due to the language and the way a lot of Marxists write, in this old fashioned academic style but Bukharin was easier to understand than Lenin, but still harder than say, Trotsky.
The crux of his theory is that as capitalism grows into a world system where businesses are interconnected all over the world, the tendency for businesses to monopolise culminate in trusts within the nation state where nation states act on behalf of the individual capitalists within their borders. The natural competition of capitalism between individual capitalists is then carried through to competition between nation states representing capitalist interests, and this competition is often, but not always, expressed with military conflict.
World War I being the prime example, as Bukharin was writing in the middle of it. Of course, this theory illustrates a general trend and all of the things I tried to explain above are not absolute. There are always countervailing tendencies to these theories that move in other directions without completing rendering the theory null and void. This is a book review after all.
So I ecnoomy satisfied after completing the book, a dense, challenging but thoroughly rewarding work that has sharpened my understanding of how economics and war are intertwined. Mar 23, Benjamin Solah rated it liked it.
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Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin Russian: As a young man, he spent six years in exile, working closely with fellow-exiles Lenin and Trotsky. After the revolution of Februaryhe returned to Moscow, where his Bolshevik credentials earned him a high rank in the party, and after the October revolution, he became editor of the party newspaper Pravda.
FromBukharin enjoyed great power as General Secretary of Comintern’s executive committee. Arrested in Februaryhe was charged with conspiring to overthrow the Soviet state and executed in Marchafter a trial that alienated many Western communist sympathisers. Other books in the ijperialism.
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