Tag Archives: Capitalism
The misapplication of the concept of competition provides cover for all this waste. By Henry Mecredy | The Rag Blog | July 25, 2018 A large percentage of the average engineering professor’s time is wasted. This unhappy circumstance arises because … finish reading :
Engineering professors going to waste!
Wake up little Susie:We’re in trouble deep Crary’s book provides a historical survey of capitalism’s growing encroachment on individual human life. By Ron Jacobs | The Rag Blog | July 30, 2013 [24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep … finish reading BOOKS / Ron Jacobs : Crary’s ’24/7′: Wake Up Little Susie!
Image from ForumFree. Crime fiction and capitalist reality Noir does not pretend that the society its protagonists operate in is worth saving. It’s just the only one we have. By Ron Jacobs | The Rag Blog | June 4, 2013 … finish reading LITERATURE / Ron Jacobs : Crime Fiction and Capitalist Reality
Illustration by Latuff / Marxist.com. Before the fall?Terminal Capitalism / Part 2 We take a closer look at the role natural resource limits in combination with the excesses of unregulated finance capital are playing in blocking a global economic recovery. … finish reading Roger Baker : Is Capitalism in Deep Trouble?
Vijay Prashad’s ‘possible history’: The lessons of the Global South Prashad paints a sweeping indictment of those who want to rule the earth with little or no regard for most of its inhabitants. By Ron Jacobs | The Rag Blog … finish reading BOOKS / Ron Jacobs : Vijay Prashad and the Lessons of the Global South
Karl Marx’s grave in Highgate Cemetery, London. Wait… so, Karl Marx was right?Terminal capitalism / Part 1 The doubts about the viability of capitalism as a system now extend far beyond its traditional critics. By Roger Baker | The Rag … finish reading Roger Baker : It’s Official: Karl Marx Was Right!
Paul Sweezy and Paul Baran, shown photographed in Cuba, wrote about a new era of monopoly capitalism. Image from Fotopages. Celebrate the ‘Historical Revisionists’ / 2 Revisionists argued that while security, ideologies, personalities of elites, and even human nature had … finish reading Harry Targ : Celebrate the ‘Historical Revisionists’ / 2