Rethinking Marxism: Legacies, Crossroads, New Directions

  title={Rethinking Marxism: Legacies, Crossroads, New Directions},
  author={The editors},
  journal={Rethinking Marxism},
  pages={17 - 5}
This issue marks a transition in the life of Rethinking Marxism. David F. Ruccio steps down as the editor of the journal, and S. Charusheela steps in as editor, along with associate editors Joseph Childers, Yahya M. Madra, and Maliha Safri. Here, we reflect on the legacies and futures of the journal at this transitional moment. The transition in the journal takes place at a time of crisis in the global economy. Thus, unlike the moment of the journal's founding, we look ahead to a future in… 


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