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New Left Review


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DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405168908.2010.x


Journal of the British New Left, founded in 1960, initially edited by Stuart H all , and including among its contributors E.P. T hompson and Raymond W illiams . From 1962 NLR came under the iconoclastic direction of a younger cohort, which reoriented it towards the traditions of Western Marxism (for example, G ramsci and A lthusser ) and then, after 1968, revolutionary socialism (Leninism and Trotskyism). Under the editorship of Perry A nderson , NLR and its publishing imprint, New Left Books/Verso, exercised a decisive, controversial influence upon the growth of anglophone Marxist culture in the 1960s and 1970s. By adopting a more ecumenical editorial policy, NLR has survived the contemporary crisis of socialism and remains a major international journal of socialist theory. ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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