Class and nation, Historically and in the current crisis
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"Nouvelles éditions numériques africaines (NENA)"
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Class and nation

Historically and in the current crisis

"Nouvelles éditions numériques africaines (NENA)"

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A reader once remarked that my works deal with three sets of problems : (a)
concrete analyses of the situation of third world countries (Egypt, the
Maghreb, West Africa, the Congo), (b) a theory of capitalist accumulation on a
world scale, and (c) an interpretation of historical materialism. Indeed, this
classification also corresponds to the sequence of my work. Doubtless,
concrete analysis of a situation is never neutral; it always implicitly
entails a theory. The first of my analyses (Nassarian Egypt, West Africa, the
neocolonial Congo and Maghreb, and allegedly socialist attempts to break with
imperialist domination) were in large part based on a theoretical
interpretation of imperialism. This interpretation, formulated between 1954
and 1957, was questionable, due to the inadequacies of the Marxism which
prevailed in the 1950s, inadequacies which marked my own intellectual and
political formation.

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