Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
"Not only profound in its analysis, but also so passionately inspired by sympathy for the downtrodden and their struggle for liberation. . ."
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Marx noticed already in the late 1870s that U.S. capital represented by far the
most dynamic force of the global system: a truth which sounded half a century
louder in the 1920s. And yet, despite the vital role American capital played in
4.1 The Dynamics of Postwar Developments THERE is today a growing concern
about the need for 'restructuring the ... as to meet the insatiable requirements of
the 'military/industrial complex' — now the whole dynamic has come to a halt and
the irrepressible dynamic of capital's self-expansion — as direct competitors to
Western capital. Let us briefly look at them one by one. (1) The postwar period of
development was undoubtedly fuelled, above all else, by capital's ability to ...
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