Harry Cleaver

Supply Side Economics: The New Phase of Capitalist Strategy in the Crisis

New Right economist, Milton Friedman.

Cleaver's analysis of the development of New Right economic theory in the early 1980s with the idea of not merely criticising it, but of reading "it as the battle plans of the enemy in the class war".

Texas Archives of Autonomous Marxism

List of content in the Texas archives of autonomist Marxism.

Theses on Secular Crisis in Capitalism

Harry Cleaver's contribution to a critique on both the invincibility of capitalism after the fall of the Soviet Union and the ability of traditional Marxist theory to explain capital's continuing vulnerability.

The uses of an earthquake - Harry Cleaver

When earthquakes, floods, droughts and volcanic eruptions strike where we live, they are usually considered instances of crisis and unmitigated natural disaster. Yet, recently I have had opportunities to witness how the meaning of crisis depends entirely on one's point of view.

The Zapatista Effect: The Internet and the rise of an alternative political fabric

Harry Cleaver looks at the role of technology and the internet in spreading class struggle.

The Contradictions of the Green Revolution - Harry Cleaver

US academic Harry Cleaver's polemic against the 'green' technocratic agricultural developments in post-WWII capitalism. In PDF format.

Work is still the central issue - Harry Cleaver

Text by US academic Harry Cleaver, showing why work is still central to today's society, and that a Marxist economic analysis is still relevant.

Study guide for Capital - Harry Cleaver

A study guide for Karl Marx's Capital vol 1 by Harry Cleaver.

From operaismo to autonomist Marxism

Aufheben review Steve Wright's book Storming heaven: class composition and struggle in Italian autonomist Marxism and Harry Cleaver's Reading "Capital" politically.

Food, famine and the international crisis - Harry Cleaver

This article by Harry Cleaver describes the technological development and introduction of high-yield grains into South-East Asia as a method of controlling class struggle.