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The Tragedy of the Worker by Jamie Allinson, China Miéville, Richard Seymour and Rosie Warren
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The Tragedy of the Worker by Jamie Allinson, China Miéville, Richard Seymour and Rosie Warren
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Jul 13, 2021 | ISBN 9781839762949

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Salvage is the most exciting journal to appear on the anglophone left over the past decade: avant-garde Marxism with no illusions, perfectly pitched to our dismal times. Here the formidable Salvage Collective tackles the defining question of those times: the ecological crisis. The result is the most beautiful and urgent essay yet written on what climate catastrophe means for the struggle for communism, in the past, present and future. This is one for the ages.”
—Andreas Malm, author of How to Blow Up a Pipeline

“The kind of realism we need to meet this moment: eyes wide open. Strangely poetic, as befitting a tragedy. I never want to read books about the ecological crisis twice, but this one I will return to many times, because it’s layered. Layered but legible; bold and without pretention—this is a book you can’t wait to pass along to a friend, because despite its grimness, it evokes that feeling of common cause.”
—Holly Jean Buck, author of After Geoengineering

“A book that ought to be essential reading for all … detailed, convincing and critically important.”
—Andy Hedgecock, Morning Star

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