Monthly Archives: July 2014

McNally on Neoliberal Discipline

“But while much can be left to market discipline, not everything can. That is why law, police, prisons, and direct force remain omnipresent. Indeed, the intensified disciplinary regimes of the neoliberal period – punitive laws against panhandling or sleeping in … Continue reading

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Daniel Singer’s advice to young radicals

  “Don’t run, young comrades. Don’t climb onto exposed barricades just to be shot at. Watch your step, because the ground is full of pitfalls. For you, workers in industry, some traps will be dressed up as “truly revolutionary.” For … Continue reading

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Jeremy Scahill on Obama’s War Machine, American Assassinations & Journalism

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