Randhir Singh, a distinguished teacher and former Professor of Political Theory, University of Delhi, is the author of Reason, Revolution and Political Theory; Five Lectures in Marxist Mode; Marxism, Socialism, Indian Politics – A View from the Left; Contemporary Ecological Crisis – A Marxist View; Indian Politics Today – An Argument for Socialism-Oriented Path of Development and Struggle for Socialism – Some Issues. He has been associated with the communist movement since 1939. Of his writings, Harry Magdoff, editor, Monthly Review, has said: 'I admire the solidity of your analysis as well as the firmness of your commitment.'
- What was Built and What Failed in the Soviet UnionINR 595
Prof. Randhir Singh s Crisis of Socialism Notes in Defence of a Commitment, dealing with the why and how of the collapse of Soviet Union s actually existing socialism , its implications and the que...
- On Nationalism and Communalism in IndiaINR 295
Discussing Indian nationalism from the standpoint of its revolutionary tradition (Bhagat Singh and others) the author makes a distinction between nationalism before and after 1947. The former was p...
- Struggle for SocialismINR 195
This volume deals with some of the issues confronting the struggle for socialism in the post-Soviet period. The author recognized that 'the extraordinary diversity of the struggle for socialism in ...
- Indian Politics TodayINR 195
Essentially a theoretical exercise, this slim volume –T. Negi Reddy Memorial Lecture-offers a Marxist view of the current economic and political situation in India. Focussed on and detailing ...
- The Right Lesson and the Wrong ConclusionINR 250
Prof. Randhir Singh’s Crisis of Socialism – Notes in Defence of a Commitment, dealing with the why and how of the collapse of Soviet Union’s ‘actually existing socialis...
- Contemporary Ecological CrisisINR 325
This volume deals with the contemporary ecological crisis. Focused on the threat that capitalism, as a system governed by the logic of profit 'realization' and capital accumulation, has today come ...
- Selected Writings of Randhir SinghINR 595
This volume has three parts. Part One consists of Randhir Singh's seminal philosophical work, 'Reason, Revolution and Political Theory' which was written not just as a response – as he claimed it...
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