All posts tagged capitalism

The Exchange Issue #3

The third issue of The Exchange focuses on ongoing struggles to build effective resistance to austerity, and the attempts to build unity across the left. The exchanges here try to look to the problems of the left and wider social movements – to ask […]

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Nadia de Mond: in women’s liberation the first step is self-consciousness

Luke Cooper spoke to Italian feminist activist Nadia de Mond

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Combat alienation with alienated forms?

As a supporter of the Anti-Capitalist Initiative I often speak about unifying the left and “pluralism”, but often it feels as if we are going through the motions, spouting ‘progressive’ (as in more progressive than the groups we have been […]

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Left Unity: A chaotic yet positive start

On Saturday 11 May, over 100 people attended the first meeting of Left Unity in central London. Delegates and volunteers came from across the country, representing dozens of groups big and small. Participants ranged from those in left organisations, political […]

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Can The Market Speak? And should we speak to it?

Jesssica Winterson reviews  Can The Market Speak? by Campbell Jones, soon to be published by Zero Books.   According to Olivier Blanchard, Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund, ‘the markets have become sceptical about the ability of policy makers, […]

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Video: Owen Jones on class, austerity and socialism today

In the first of our Radical Voices interview series, Anticapitalists.org spoke to Owen Jones

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How the economy works: George Carlin

Progressive stand up comic George Carlin explains how the capitalist economy system works…

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The cult of economics and the ‘growth’ god

Ruairí Creaney challenges the idol of economics

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