In this critical new work, sociologist William I. Robinson offers an engaging and accessible introduction to his theory of
global capitalism. He applies this theory to a wide range of contemporary topics, among them, globalization, the trans- national
capitalist class, immigrant justice, educational reform, labor and anti-racist struggles, policing, Trumpism, the resurgence
of a neo-fascist right, and the rise of a global police state. Sure to spark debate, this is a timely contribution to a renewal
of critical social science and Marxist theory for the new century.
William I. Robinson's many award-winning books
include: Global Capitalism and the Crisis of Humanity (2014), Latin America and Global Capitalism (2008), and A Theory of
Global Capitalism (2004).
Reviews in Revolutionary History, International Viewpoint, Historical Materialism, International
Socialist Review, Jacobin, and other left-wing journals.