A review-essay of Natasha King, No Borders: The Politics of Immigration Control and Resistance. London: Zed Books, 2016 by Chris Gilligan Natasha King’s No Borders focuses on the struggle against Western states’ controls […]
Phil Mullan, Creative Destruction: How to Start an Economic Renaissance, Bristol, UK and Chicago: Policy Press, 2017. by Barry Curtis Phil Mullan, business manager and chief economist at the magazine spiked-online, is, […]
by Barry Curtis Phil Mullan, business manager and chief economist at the magazine spiked-online, is, by his own admission, ‘obsessed with economic growth.’ This goal, alongside others, is precious to many people. Mullan makes his […]
by A. J. New York is abuzz about the recently installed “Fearless Girl” statue now confronting the massive, bronze “Charging Bull” statue in the heart of Wall Street. The petite girl holds a defiant stance […]
Is Marx’s Theory of Profit Right? The Simultaneist-Temporalist Debate, edited by Nick Potts and Andrew Kliman Lexington Books, Lanham, MD, 2015. 194pp., $80.00 / £52.95 hb. ISBN 9780739196311 Reviewed by Roel Van de Pol This […]
by Michael Dola “The Lenin Museum,” an exhibit of works by the artist Yevgeniy Fiks, is on view at the CUNY Grad Center’s James Gallery in New York City through January 17th, 2015.