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"Nothing Fails Like Success"

The Marxism of Raymond Aron

Max Likin

One of the most influential thinkers in twentieth-century French intellectual debates, Raymond Aron (1905-1983) spent a lifetime studying Karl Marx. Aron's adaptable interpretations of the German thinker began on the eve of the Second World War, continued in his Sorbonne lectures, and ended in his celebrated Memoirs. Far from being a mere object of derision linked to totalitarian regimes, the "semi-god" provided Aron with an unrivaled stage to promote his own evolving views on an array of critical epistemological and political issues linked to heterogeneous values, historical determinism, class warfare, and the role of Communist parties. Aron cleverly segmented his views on Marx so as to address different audiences and seduce the largest possible number of young people on the side of liberal democracy.

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Judith Butler and the Sartrean Imaginary

Kathleen Lennon

bourgeois because I in fact sell my work or because I in fact show solidarity to the capitalist machine, and I certainly do not become a worker or a bourgeois the day that I commit to seeing history through the lens of class warfare. Rather ‘I exist as a

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Hammer and Cycle

Communism's Cycling Counterculture in Interwar France

Martin Hurcombe

of the USSR. 37 Bolshevization demanded that all communists accept the principle and primacy of class warfare. It also entailed a relentless battle against the enemies of communism, including all socialist organizations. In France, this meant that

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“Home Is Home No Longer”

Political Struggle in the Domestic Sphere in Postarmistice Hungary, 1919-1922

Emily R. Gioielli

cases above suggest, some people, including widows or those without male protection, may have been especially vulnerable targets for class warfare. The violation of these women’s homes during the revolution challenged their identities as upper

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Desire for the political in the aftermath of the Cold War

Dace Dzenovska and Nicholas De Genova

argued, the juxtaposition of capitalism and socialism was also one between spatially and temporally oriented worldviews, the former associated with a nationally ordered global space and the latter with global “internationalist” class warfare and world

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The Office de la Famille Française

Familialism and the National Revolution in 1940s Morocco

Margaret Cook Andersen

avoid any hint of class warfare or division in the benefits they disbursed. They had no interest in redistributing income from the wealthy to the needy; their sole concern was supporting and funding any French family, regardless of their financial

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Neoliberalism, the Left and the Rise of the Far Right

On the Political and Ideological Implications of Capitalism's Subordination of Democracy

Costas Panayotakis

: Norton . Master , Bob . 2016 . “ Is Class Warfare Back? The Sanders Phenomenon and Life after Neoliberal Capitalism .” New Labor Forum 25 ( 3 ): 32 – 41 . 10.1177/1095796016661300 McGee , Harry . 2016 . “ Labour Leader Blames EU Institutions

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Germany’s New Populist Party

The AfD

Thomas Klikauer

set against Bolshevism is the idea that “the Volksgemeinschaft will fight against class warfare.” (41) Indeed, the idea of superseding class and class war may have once rendered the Volksgemeinschaft one of German capital’s favorite ideologies many

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The Little Entente of Women as Transnational Ethno-Nationalist Community

Spotlight on Romania

Maria Bucur

this speaker as the most important factors in eliminating gender injustice. She made no mention of class warfare, a choice I see as a strategy to avoid alienating an audience of people who viewed Bolshevism as a cataclysm. Budzińska-Tylicka concluded