It’s been a busy year for us here at Spectre. We launched our website in March, raised over $75K to launch our print journal, and put out two issues in May and November. We have a lot in store for 2021, including more frequent Spectre Live! events via Zoom, our long delayed hoodies and totes on the way, and of course, more quality content on both the web and in print.
For the holidays this year, we’re doing our version of “12 Days of Christmas,” presenting our most read pieces from this year – and therefore of all time.
12. “Materializing Race: On Capitalism and Mass Incarceration” by Jack Norton and David Stein
11. “An Organic Crisis Is Upon Us: When Gramsci Goes Viral” by Zachary Levenson
10. “Global Fever: A Review of Andreas Malm’s Corona, Climate, Chronic Emergency” by Gareth Dale
9. “Why China Isn’t Capitalist (Despite the Pink Ferraris): A Reply to Eli Friedman” by Richard Smith
8. “Theses on the Uprising: Dangerous Times” by Spectre Editorial Board
6. “Why China Is Capitalist: Toward an Anti-Nationalist Anti-Imperialism” by Eli Friedman
5. “The Virus, Capitalism, and the Long Depression” by Michael Roberts
4. “What’s New About Woke Racial Capitalism (And What Isn’t): “Wokewashing and the Limits of Representation” by Enzo Rossi and Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò
2. “On Social Reproduction and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Seven Theses” by the Marxist Feminist Collective