Production, Power, and World Order: Social Forces in the Making of History

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Columbia University Press, 1987 - Political Science - 500 pages

In this seminal study, Robert Cox offers a new approach to the study of power by identifying the connections between production, the state, and world order.

 

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this seminal book sheds lights on the sources of deprivation emerged from current global order and discuses role of social forces towards change..

Contents

The Social Relations of Production
11
THE DIMENSIONS OF PRODUCTION
17
SIMPLE REPRODUCTION
35
CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT
51
REDISTRIBUTE DEVELOPMENT
83
EPILOGUE TO PART 1
99
Part
105
THE COMING OF THE LIBERAL ORDER
111
PAX AMERICANA
211
Part
269
MUTATIONS IN THE SOCIAL
309
THE FORMATION OF CLASSES
355
CONCLUSIONS
399
NOTES
405
BIBLIOGRAPHY
463
INDEX
489

THE ERA OF RTVAL IMPERIALISMS
151

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