John Holloway

The Commoner #4: Enclosures, Power, Commons

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Issue 4 of The Commoner magazine

Pannekoek on Organisation (Introduced by John Holloway)

Anton Pannekoek

Anton Pannekoek on the question of organisation, introduced by John Holloway. This article was first published in 1938.

The Politics of Debt

This paper was presented to the CSE Scotland conference on The State, the Poll
Tax and Class Struggle held on 27th January 1990. It is very much the product
of discussions within the CSE Edinburgh group.

Creating commonwealth and cracking capitalism: a cross-reading (Part II) - John Holloway, Michael Hardt.

What follows is the latter half of a two-part exchange between the authors regarding some common themes raised in their work. For part 1 see issue 14.

Originally published in September 2012.

The right to be lazy - John Holloway

At the annual Left forum in New York in March, autonomist Marxist John Holloway spoke of the need to break away from capitalist social relations in the here and now. This audio from Pacifica Radio's "Against the Grain" also includes an introduction by Sasha Lilley and other speeches by Elaine Bernard, Arun Gupta and Chris Hedges.

State and capital: a Marxist debate - John Holloway and Sol Picciotto

First published in 1979, this books contains a collection of texts from the German 'state derivation' debate, with an introductory essay by John Holloway and Sol Picciotto.

Greece shows us how to protest against a failed system - John Holloway

Autonomist Marxist John Holloway writes in praise of the reaction of the working class in Greece against the imposition of austerity measures.

The abyss opens: The rise and fall of Keynesianism - John Holloway

The state of the world economy is proving John Maynard Keynes right in his claim that capitalism requires significant state spending to prosper.

An interview with John Holloway

Shift magazine interview John Holloway, author of Crack Capitalism and Change the World Without Taking Power on the UK riots, anti-austerity stuggles, the Arab spring and more. Originally published in September 2011.