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John Kenneth Galbraith, RIP

In memory of a flawed economist whose work is worth reading as he understood the role of power in the market.

The roots of privatisation

Did you know that the Nazis invented privatisation?

Pinochet: Dead at last

One less evil dictator in the world. An evaluation of Pinochet's neo-liberal regime.

Milton Friedman: Being wrong is no hindrance when you empower the rich

An obituary for Milton Friedman. Being consistently wrong does not stop you being considered a great economist, as long as it is what the ruling elite wants to hear.

How we shall bring about the revolution

A review of a classic of French revolutionary syndicalism. Essential reading for anyone wanting to find out about its ideas on social change.

Democracy is undemocratic

A defence of anarchist organisation (i.e., self-management) against Leninist claims that it is "undemocratic." It shows that the logical position of this so-called critique is centralised rule by one person.

Argentina and the left

An Anarchist critique of two Trotskyist analyses of the Argetine revolt against neo-liberalism, showing their limitations and how they implicitly call for party rule.

From Riot to Revolution

An Anarchist analysis of the revolt against neo-liberalism in Argentina, with suggestions on how it could be turned into a genuine social revolution rather than a mere revolt.

And the Nobel prize for economics goes to... Karl Marx!

A few comments on the winner of the 2006 so-called Nobel Prize for economics. A more obvious example of economics as ideology for the ruling class is hard to find!

Dead Dogma Sketch (apologies to Monty Python)

Monty Python meets the SWP... Inspired by attending Marxism 2001.

  


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