Leo Panitch: political passions and socialist sobriety

@article{Palmer2017LeoPP,
  title={Leo Panitch: political passions and socialist sobriety},
  author={Bryan D. Palmer},
  journal={Studies in Political Economy},
  year={2017},
  volume={98},
  pages={324 - 332}
}
  • B. Palmer
  • Published 2 September 2017
  • Political Science
  • Studies in Political Economy
Abstract Few Canadian socialist intellectuals have had the national and international impact of Leo Panitch. This brief tribute to his many accomplishments outlines the shifting nature of his intellectual concerns over the course of the last five decades, stressing the continuity of his socialist commitments and accent on the important place of the state in the development of both Canada and the global capitalism within which it is situated. This focus on the state, it is suggested, underscores… 

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