Politics, the State, the Military

  • Ian Roxborough
Part of the Critical Social Studies book series


The principal hypothesis in this chapter is that, to each of the forms of economic development there corresponds a particular form of politics and form of state apparatus. Of course, this can only be hypothesised in the most general terms, since we have stressed the importance of the class structure in mediating between the economy and the polity.


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© Ian Roxborough 1979

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