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The War After The War: In the Light of the Elements of Working-Class Economics


Manufacturer: Bristol Radical History Group

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Reprint of a 1918 pamphlet by John Maclean, Glasgow Economic Class Pamhlets #1, with an afterword by Jim Slaven.

Written in 1918, as World War One drew to its bloody close, The War afer the War is revolutionary socialist John Maclean's assessment of the transition from war economy to peacetime. Grounding his analysis in 'Marxian economics for the working class', Maclean demonstrates that the great increase in industrial productivity generated by the global conflict had merely laid the foundation for the 'economic war' to follow. Maclean predicted that this would both increase the exploitation of the working classes and lead to an even bloodier world war as capitalist countries expanded their empires in the search for new markets.

Bristol Radical History Group reprint #2. 2017.

Product Code: THEAJLJA61


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