Capitalism & Crisis

The decline of money

01 Mar 2012

If we are to understand the present crisis we need to grasp the decaying relationship between money, production and value. Hillel Ticktin discusses the growth of fictitious capital and impossibility of getting money to make money

Budget crisis deepens

11 Nov 2010

Double standards need to be challenged by the left in Ireland, writes Anne Mc Shane

Capitalism cracked

11 Nov 2010

Andrew Coates reviews John Holloway's 'Crack capitalism' Pluto Press, 2010, pp320, £16

The band played on

30 Sep 2010

Lib Dems are underwriting a government of crisis, writes James Turley

Neoliberal ghosts and the art of brevity

16 Sep 2010

Jack Conrad answers criticisms of the CPGB's Draft programme in the second of a three-part article

Old cuts, new packaging

22 Jul 2010

James Turley exposes Cameron's 'Big Society' lie

Universities or business?

10 Jun 2010

Farzad Houshyar looks at the destructive role of the market in higher education

Rethinking revolution

03 Jun 2010

David Harvey, Marxist academic and author of the newly published The enigma of capital, spoke to Mark Fischer

No alternative within capitalism

20 May 2010

What does the bail-out of Greece mean for international capital? Hillel Ticktin spoke to Yassamine Mather

Not just a study aid

22 Apr 2010

Andrew Coates reviews David Harvey's 'A companion to Marx's Capital' Verso, 2010, pp320, £10.99

Obama's healthcare triumph is a con

15 Apr 2010

Jim Creegan looks at the devious manoeuvring carried out by Obama and the Democratic leadership

Whatever happened to the leisure society?

18 Feb 2010

According to a new report, society would benefit if the working week was reduced to 21 hours, writes Eddie Ford. Unsurprisingly, not everyone agrees

Quake: no act of god

21 Jan 2010

Millions around the world were appalled at the death and devastation in Haiti. James Turley puts the calamity into context

In defence of long waves

14 Jan 2010

Arthur Bough replies to Mike Macnair on the nature and prospects of contemporary capitalism

World politics, long waves and the decline of capitalism

07 Jan 2010

Are we facing a new 'long slump' like the 1930s or is the recent financial crisis merely a blip in a larger picture of capitalist expansion? And how does the decline of capitalism fit into the picture? Mike Macnair examines the issues

In another world

10 Dec 2009

Alistair Darling's pre-budget report includes a 'supertax' on bankers' bonuses. James Turley calls for more

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