It’s a common refrain among self-described conservatives and libertarians in America that both the modern bureaucratic managerial state and mass culture have veered wildly out of control, headed in an ever increasing totalitarian direction, and must some how be reined in. 725 more words
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How do you spell racist? U.S.A. - The origins of racial domination and wage labour in the United States
*Note: Much of the information used in this piece had been aggregated throughout my class with Vivek Chibber, Capitalism and Democracy, on his lectures specifically on racial domination. 1,830 more words
Eric Poulin: Henry A. Giroux | Liberalism's Failures in a Time of Increasing Violence, Racism, Inequality and State Terrorism
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calls for a politics that enables people to imagine politics as a place to think critically, move beyond the tyranny of the moment, be able to connect the civic imagination with a new understanding of collective action, and demand the impossible, that is demand the promise of a radical democracy.