Tag Archives: left theory

The internet left have hitherto only complained about the world, the point is to change it

Call me a hypocrite if you like; I know I’m guilty too. Still I wish left-folks on the internet and elsewhere would stop doing the following: 1. Locate or run into something offensive. 2. Post it on their Facebook account, … Continue reading

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The Case for Class

Within both radical and moderate left circles there is a serious debate about whether or not a politics which deems class struggle as more central than other forms of struggle against oppression is preferable to a politics which sees all … Continue reading

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Open thread: What happened to wages in the mid seventies?

Everyone by now has seen some variation of that graph. What happened and why? Whatever it was, why did it keep going? Why was it replicated around the world? If it isn’t reversed, what will happen? Give me your best … Continue reading

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Anarchist concepts 1: Insurrectionist vs Mass Anarchism

This is the first in a series of short posts explaining concepts and debates in anarchist theory. It’s meant for readers who grasp the basics of anarchism as a political philosophy, but wish to understand some of the nuances of … Continue reading

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