Aufheben convincingly argue that "green capitalism" is not impossible, and that capital can recuperate environmental struggles.
A column by Nate Hawthorne, arguing against the IWW presently prioritizing what some see as key industries.
Anthropologist David Graeber responds to critics who insist that money evolved from barter, a claim with important implications for the discipline of economics, 'human nature', and the...
A series of reports and accounts on casualisation and temporary work in Germany in 2007 by Prol-Position.
Lists of recommended books, articles, films, and websites about China. (Links to commentaries forthcoming.) Updated October 21, 2014.
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