Category Archives: co-operation

WHAT IS WRONG WITH SOCIALISM?

The capitalist mode of production has always attracted criticism, predominantly for its effects upon the poor, the underprivileged and the working classes. The unremitting greed of those who accumulate prodigious wealth directly or indirectly through their connections with capitalist production … Continue reading

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THE DEATH AGONIES OF CAPITALISM

Any mode of production which is contradictory and has reached the limits of its ability to expand, sooner or later is bound to disintegrate and then collapse. However, before the final demise, such modes of production go through periods of … Continue reading

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20th CENTURY FEMINIST FRAMEWORKS!

(A critique of some of its aspects. In the 20th century, Feminism became a useful but problematic term with which to label all the various currents and strands of ideas originating from women who stood in opposition to the oppression … Continue reading

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ELEVEN THESES.

1. Capitalism has long outlived any historical usefulness its many advocates may have claimed. As a system of economic and social organisation it creates the following existential contradictions: Obscene extremes of poverty and wealth; continual wars over resources and markets; … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF CO-OPERATION.

Self-defeating forms of co-operation. The recent announcement by the Co-operative Bank in the UK, that in future it is to be dominated by the interests and investment strategy of a hedge-fund conglomerate, cannot entirely be a surprise. This bank has … Continue reading

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