‘Moments of Excess: Movements, Protest and Everyday Life’, The Free Association, PM Press, 2011, reviewed by Raphael Schlembach. Originally published in September 2011.
Close the IMF, abolish debt and end development: a class analysis of the international debt crisis - Harry Cleaver
The political targets of this article are reformist understandings of international debt and development. Opposing theories which 'blame the victim', Cleaver construes international debt as 'a weapon against the working class', and the debt crisis as 'a product of working class power' . Repudiation of debt is accordingly the necessary Marxist political response .
On the phenomenology of giant puppets: broken windows, imaginary jars of urine, and the cosmological role of the police in American culture. David Graeber, author Direct Action: An Ethnography, examines the 'anti-globalization' movement and its practices.
Werner Bonefeld on anti-globalisation and socialism. In PDF format.