AGORIST CLASS THEORY: 2nd Edition
Was a second edition of my ebook Agorist Class Theory really necessary — especially since the first edition became available just two months ago? Well, yeah. First of all, Brad Spangler and I kind of rushed it online in February to kick-off the debut of Agorism.info, so a few inevitable typos in the first edition have been driving me nuts; those typos have been fixed. But more important, I’ve added Samuel Edward Konkin’s 1973 article “Cui Bono? Introduction to Libertarian Class Theory” as an appendix. This article was written several years before Sam would begin work on his unfinished Agorism Contra Marxism, the basis for Agorist Class Theory. As Brad has remarked, “Cui Bono?” serves as “an interesting historical window on how Konkin’s views [on class conflict] evolved.” So if you haven’t already downloaded Agorist Class Theory, you now have even more reason to do so. And if you have already downloaded the ebook, I urge you to grab this second edition. It’s just, well...new and improved!