Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Where Things Start 2. Rethinking Revolutionary Theory 3. Frame: On Claude Lefort's `L'Experience Proletarienne' 4. Working-Class Politics at Renault Billancourt 5. Looking for the Working Class 6. Reading Daniel Mothe Postface Bibliography Inde
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Stephen Hastings-King, Ph.D. (1999) in Modern European History from Cornell University. He lives by a salt marsh in Essex, Massachusetts where he makes constraints, works with prepared piano and writes entertainments of various kinds.
"Stephen Hastings-Kings is very precise and punctual in describing
the life of the movement, through continuous references to their
historical, social, and political context, and an efficient use of
their written sources... This work is theoretically well supported
by references to Marx and Marxism, and to pivotal authors in
phenomenology, especially Husserl and Merleau-Ponty."
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