The Nazis, Capitalism and the Working class
Published by Haymarket Books
2012, ISBN 9781608461370, Paperback
The rise of the Third Reich remains one of the most widely debated and discussed events of the twentieth century. Gluckstein sets out to place Nazism in the context of an economic crisis and a failed workers' revolution, seeking to draw lessons for those interested in preventing fascism's return.
About the author
Donny Gluckstein is the author of The Paris Commune: A Revolution in Democracy (Bookmarks, 2006); The Tragedy of Bukharin (Pluto, 1994), and The Western Soviets: Workers’ Councils Versus Parliament 1915–1920 (Bookmarks, 1988). He is the co-author, with Tony Cliff, of The Labour Party: A Marxist History (Bookmarks, 1986) and Marxism and Trade Union Struggle: The General Strike of 1926 (Bookmarks, 1986). Donny is a lecturer in history in Edinburgh and is a member of the Socialist Workers' Party (UK).
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