The Writings of Bertell Ollman
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Dance of the Dialectic: Steps in Marx's Method
Reviews of Ollman's Books
Featured article -
America Beyond Capitalism: A Socialist Stew Prepared for Liberals and Conservatives
Featured speech -
McCoy Award Acceptance Speech
Video: Marxism and Progress
Marxism (the cartoon version)
From Theory to Practice
Recommended Web Sites
NYU Course Bibliographies
Not To Dare
Kiki & Bubu explain the neoliberal shift in labor relations
True Confessions of a Marxist Businessman
"Who would have thought that class struggle could be such fun? The adventures of a Marxist entrepreneur in the marketplace make for instant comedy".
"Ollman, who emerges here as thoroughly likable, funny, dignified and scholarly, has so engagingly profiled himself and so affectingly related the psychic ravages of the small business entrepreneur that the NYU professor's memoir could well take off".
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
(Reviewer is Business Editor of the Daily News)
"a delightfully well written book that reveals a darker side of the entrepreneurial reaches for success...it's good to read a non-academic business book that questions most of the capitalist assumptions we hold so dear."
(Professor of Economics, Univ. of California Santa Cruz)
"In these pages, Karl and Groucho Marx finally meet and share their respective talents for critical economic theory and madcap humor... A must text for micro-economic courses".
Book also contains a biting account of the author's battle with the University of Maryland, probably the most widely publicized academic freedom scandal of the last half century and an Epilogue that brings the threads of Ollman's story up to date.
Bertell Ollman is a professor of Politics at NYU, and has written and edited a dozen books, including Alienation, Social and Sexual Revolution, Dialectical Investigations, and most recentlyHow to Take an Exam... and Remake the World. He is also the creator of Class Struggle, a left wing version of monopoly, and from 1978-1983 was president of Class Struggle, Inc., the company that produced and marketed his board game. In 2001 he won the first Charles McCoy Life Achievement Award from the New Political Science section of the American Political Science Association.
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