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Anti-capitalism

On Economic Compulsion

Nate Holdren and Rob Hunter review Werner Bonefeld’s new book on the social constitution of economic compulsion in capitalism.

Bidenomics

“Bidenomics” in the International Context

This is the first in a series of articles providing a snapshot of the geopolitical moment from a Marxist perspective. Thomas Hummel analyzes the shift toward escalating conflict between the U.S. and China, and examines the possible outcomes in terms of the global balance of power, the possibilities or difficulties for working class organizing, and the chances of inter-imperialist war. Over the course of the series, Hummel will examine whether this shift is likely to be the basis of a new regime of accumulation or a short blip on the radar—that is, an attempt to engineer something for which there is no material basis in reality.

Capitalism

The Child Catcher

Incarcerated writer Elizabeth Hawes analyzes the child separation crisis plaguing the US prison-industrial complex.

Capitalism

Syria’s Protest Movement

Joseph Daher analyzes the causes, scope, strategy, and possible growth of the ongoing regime protest movement in Syria.

Capitalism

On the Economic Power of Capital

Hugo de Camps interviews Søren Mau on his new book Mute Compulsion, a groundbreaking new reading of Marx’s theory of economic power.

Capitalism

Mental Illness and Capitalism

David Matthews problematizes biological conceptualizations of mental illness under capitalism and outlines a dialectical, historical Marxist approach.

Anti-capitalism

Neither Productivism nor Degrowth

Ståle Holgersen moves us beyond the stale impasse between degrowth and eco-modernist approaches to eco-socialist strategy.

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