Monthly Archives: December 2012

Oil as the Foundation of Keynesian Political Economy

I recently read a paper by George Caffentzis, titled “A Discourse on Prophetic Method: Oil Crises and Political Economy, Past and Future.”  It was a fascinating read, and argued that oil prices–and consequently, the class struggles around oil production–are intimately … Continue reading

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The Two-Party State

It is fairly easy for any left-of-center entities to agree on some of the problems that afflict the United States; the military-industrial complex, corporate influence on elections, the War on Drugs and the prison-industrial complex, and so on. However, a … Continue reading

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