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Capital and its discontents : conversations with radical thinkers in a time of tumult

Author: Sasha Lilley
Publisher: Oakland, Calif. : PM Press ; London : Turnaround [distributor], ©2011.
Series: Spectre (PM Press (Firm))
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The history of the left is usually told as one of factionalism and division. This collection of essays casts new light on this history showing in more detail how the boundaries between marxism and anarchism have been more porous and more productive than is conventionally recognized. Bringing together original and ground-breaking pieces on some of the best and least known actors in twentieth-century socialism, this
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Capital and its discontents.
Oakland, Calif. : PM Press ; London : Turnaround [distributor], ©2011
(DLC) 2010927769
(OCoLC)655669196
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sasha Lilley
ISBN: 9781604865349 1604865342 9781137284761 1137284765
OCLC Number: 819423159
Description: 1 online resource (279 pages).
Contents: Introduction; R. Kinna & A. Prichard --
The Struggle for Freedom and Democracy: Marxism, Anarchism and the Problem of Human Nature; P. Blackledge --
Anarchism, Individualism and Communism: William Morris's Critique of Anarcho-Communism; R. Kinna --
The Syndicalist Challenge in the Durham Coalfield before 1914; L.H. Mates --
Georges Sorel's Anarcho-Marxism; R. Llorente --
Antonio Gramsci, Anarchism, Syndicalism and Sovversivismo; C. Levy --
Council Communist Perspectives on the Spanish Civil War and Revolution, 1936-1939; S. Pinta --
A 'Bohemian Freelancer'? C.L.R. James, his Early Relationship to Anarchism and the Intellectual Origins of Autonomism; C.H̜gsbjerg --
'White Skin, Black Masks': Marxist and Anti-Racist Roots of Contemporary U.S. Anarchism; A. Cornell --
The Search for a Libertarian Communism: Daniel Gǔrin and the 'Synthesis' of Marxism and Anarchism; D. Berry --
Socialisme ou Barbarie or the Partial Encounters between Critical Marxism and Libertarianism; B. Challand --
Beyond Black and Red: The Situationists and the Legacy of the Workers' Movement; J-C. Angaut --
Carnival and Class: Anarchism and Councilism in Australasia during the 1970s; T. Boraman --
Situating Hardt and Negri; D. Bates --
Conclusion; D. Berry & S. Pinta --
Bibliography. Empire in the age of capital / Ellen Meiksins Wood --
The rise of neoliberalism and the riddle of capital / David Harvey --
Demystifying globalization / Leo Panitch and Doug Henwood --
The global economic meltdown / David McNally --
Capitalist crisis and radical renewal / Sam Grindin, Greg Albo, and Leo Panitch --
The ecological dimensions of Marx's thought / John Bellamy Foster --
The socio-ecological crises of capitalism / Jason W. Moore --
The agrarian question and multiple paths of capitalist development in East Asia and South Africa / Gillian Hart --
Labor and capital, gender and commodification / Ursula Huws --
National capitalism in the Third World / Vivek Chibber --
Isaac Deutscher and the Old Left / Mike Davis --
Anti-imperialism and the New Left, revolt and retrenchment / Tariq Ali --
Postmodernism and the politics of expression / John Sanbonmatsu --
Anarchism, Council Communism, and life after capitalism / Noam Chomsky --
Libertarian socialism for the twenty-first century / Andrej Grubačić.
Series Title: Spectre (PM Press (Firm))
Responsibility: edited by Sasha Lilley.

Abstract:

The history of the left is usually told as one of factionalism and division. This collection of essays casts new light on this history showing in more detail how the boundaries between marxism and anarchism have been more porous and more productive than is conventionally recognized. Bringing together original and ground-breaking pieces on some of the best and least known actors in twentieth-century socialism, this book promises to break new ground by providing a fresh outlook on left wing synthesis in the twenty-first Century. The political and social thought of Gramsci, Sorel, and the Trinidadian, C.L.R. James, amongst others, are discussed alongside key movements in 20th century socialism including the Situationist International, Socialisme ou Barbarie and lesser known council communists, carnival anarchists and anarchic currents in the American civil rights movement. This is a must read for students and scholars interested in the development of socialist ideologies.

Examines capitalism, neoliberalism, and the world economy in the twenty-first century, collecting interviews with David Harvey, Ellen Meiksins Wood, Tariq Ali, Noam Chomsky, and other key thinkers and political economists who discuss various economic and ecological crises.

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