New York: Monthly Review Press, 1958. Later Edition: First Ed. by Doubleday in 1948. Cloth. Thick 8vo, black cloth with gold lettering on spine, Introduction by Dr. Joseph S. Roucek, lettered pink dust jacket (unclipped) protected by an archival clear plastic cover, xxxviii + 624 pages. Fine / Fine. Item #4113
Winner of the George Washington Carver Award!
Oliver Cromwell Cox (1901 – 1974) was a Trinidadian-American sociologist noted for his early Marxist viewpoint on Fascism. He was a founding father of the world-systems' perspective, an important scholar of racism and its relationship to the development and spread of global capitalism, and a member of the Chicago school of sociology.
Important study. Appears to be the first reprint edition by the Monthly Review Press. Tight, clean, bright in a sharp, bright dust jacket. No remainder markings. Softcover's by this press and many copies via Print On-Demand are on offer for > $65.