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What we are fighting for : a radical collective manifesto

Author: Federico Campagna; Emanuele Campiglio
Publisher: London : Pluto, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The age of austerity has brought a new generation of protesters on to the streets across the world. As the economic crisis meets the environmental crisis, millions fear what the future will bring but also dare to dream of a different society.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Federico Campagna; Emanuele Campiglio
ISBN: 9780745332864 0745332862 9780745332857 0745332854
OCLC Number: 794814873
Description: xiv, 205 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Preface : exodus without promised land / Christian Marazzi --
Introduction : what are we struggling for? / Federico Campagna, Emanuele Campiglio --
Participatory economics from capitalism / Michael Albert --
Let ideas and art be international, goods be homespun and finance primarily national / Ann Pettifor --
A new local financial system for sustainable communities / Milford Bateman --
The struggle for meaning / Shaun Chamberlin --
Towards a new model commune / Richard Seymour --
People and power : four notes on democracy and dictatorship / Peter Hallward --
Practical utopianism and ecological citizenship / Mark J. Smith --
Occupy : making democracy a question / Marina Sitrin --
New class politics / Owen Jones --
'An excess of democracy' / Hilary Wainwright --
A programme of media reform / Dan Hind --
Renewing intersectionality / Zillah Eisenstein --
Post-capitalist desire / Mark Fisher --
The transversal function of disentanglement / Franco Berardi 'Bifo' --
Why do we obey? / Saul Newman --
Squandering / Federico Campagna --
Revolution at the level of common sense / David Graeber --
Winning the media war : there is no such thing as a bad protester / Nina Power --
Reforming the unreformable / Alberto Toscano --
Direct action and unmediated struggle / South London Solidarity Federation --
Afterword : rage against the rule of money / John Holloway.
Responsibility: edited by Federico Campagna and Emanuele Campiglio.

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'A rallying point for all those who resist the dogmas of contemporary politics and seek a fresh set of alternatives' -- Simon Critchley, Hans Jonas Professor of Philosophy at the New School, New Read more...

 
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