Harry Cleaver

Karl Marx: Economist or Revolutionary?

Harry Cleaver's analysis of Marx's work as more than mere economics but as a revolutionary tool for the working class.

The Zapatistas and the Electronic Fabric of Struggle *DRAFT*

What follows is a DRAFT of a chapter of a book on the Zapatistas and revolution at the beginning of the XXIst Century. The book, edited by John Holloway in Mexico City, will consist of a collection of new articles, mostly from Mexican scholars and political analysts. This essay should be quoted only with permission from the author.

An Interview with Harry Cleaver

Interview with American autonomist Marxist, Harry Cleaver.

The Inversion of Class Perspective in Marxian Theory: From Valorization to Self-valorization

An article on contemporary Marxism by US academic Harry Cleaver.

Introduction to Antonio Negri's Marx beyond Marx

Harry Cleaver's beautifully written introduction to Antonio Negri's autonomist classic, Marx Beyond Marx.

Nature, Neoliberalism and Sustainable Development: Between Charybdis and Scylla

Harry Cleaver's paper on the effects of capitalist development on the environment.

Reading capital politically - Harry Cleaver

Reading Capital Politically - Harry Cleaver.

Harry Cleaver's seminal work on forming a practical, political interpretation of Marx's Capital.

Rebellion from the Roots: A Review

Harry Cleaver's review of John Ross' book on the Zapatistas, Rebellion from the Roots.

The Subversion of Money-as-Command in the Current Crisis

INTRODUCTORY NOTE: This paper was written for and prsented to the Conference on Money and the State at FLACSO, Mexico City, Mexico, July 14-17, 1992. The Conference was organized by John Holloway and brought together a number of people from Mexico, the United States and Europe to discuss theoretico-political issues of money in the crisis. Several of the papers presented to that conference (including this one) were subsequently published as Werner Bonefeld and John Holloway (eds) GLOBAL CAPITAL, NATIONAL STATE AND THE POLITICS OF MONEY, London: St. Martin's Press, 1995. The following article, with the same title, appears on pp. 141-177 of that book.