This is by far the best book I have read on Marxism. Free of jargon, it is very readable. Perhaps most importantly, while knowledgeable about the great historical debates within Marxism, it creatively transforms them by not treating Marxism as an objective, once and for all predetermined blueprint for the future but as an ongoing creative movement responsive to its world, firmly embedded in particular socio-politico-economic-cultural historical and ecological contexts. It is a dynamic, ever-changing, non-dogmatic, truly organic, and democratic ecological Marxism that the authors envision. While special attention is paid to China, they also display a unique sensitivity to the particularities of other parts of the world.
–Les Muray, Pulp Book Editor