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Marxism and the State
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Introduction: The Theory of History and the State Marx, the State and Functional Explanation The Instrumentalist Thesis: A Restatement Structure and Agency in State Theory Base and Superstructure A Theory of the 'Needs of Capital' State Autonomy: A Conceptual Framework Constraints on the State: Mechanisms of Economic Determination Globalization, History and the State

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PAUL WETHERLY is a Principal Lecturer in Politics at Leeds Metropolitan University. He has written a number of articles and book chapters on Marxism, state theory and the Third Way. He was the editor of Marx's Theory of History: The Contemporary Debate (1992).

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PAUL WETHERLY is a Principal Lecturer in Politics at Leeds Metropolitan University. He has written a number of articles and book chapters on Marxism, state theory and the Third Way. He was the editor of Marx's Theory of History: The Contemporary Debate (1992).

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