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Economism vs. Marx’s humanism

Today’s revival of interest in Marx, especially since the onset of the 2008 economic meltdown, includes a significant strain of economism and has revived controversies and issues addressed by Dunayevskaya in this review-essay of Paul Mattick’s book Marx and Keynes. Continue reading

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Readers’ Views, September-October 2013, Part II

Readers’ Views, September-October 2013, Part II Continue reading

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The masses as Reason

From the new November-December 2011 issue of News & Letters: As Others See Us The masses as Reason This review by Abe Cabrera is excerpted from a Sept. 20, 2011, post on his blog, The Rose in the Crosshttp://elblogdelpelon.wordpress.com/2011/09/20/the-masses-as-reason/ * * * Raya … Continue reading

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Spontaneity and new beginnings

From the new November-December 2011 issue of News & Letters: From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya Spontaneity and new beginnings Editor’s note: As the world experiences a new stage of revolt–from the Arab Spring to Wall Street–and seeks ways to … Continue reading

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