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In light of our class’ discussions of Mbembe’s “Necropolitics,” I was inspired to revisit a book I had read over the summer entitled Democracy in Chains. 407 more words
I reviewed Todd Miller’s new book Storming the Wall for the Los Angeles Review of Books.
“In 2015, as European nations repelled African and Middle Eastern migrants arriving on their shores, the United States was engaged in its own naval operations to ward off mass migration from the Caribbean. 171 more words
All revolutions start as the basic refusal of an oppressed person to follow along with the rules of their own subservience. The autonomous Marxist tradition breaks from many understanding of economics and history to say that it is what it calls “Working Class Self-Activity” that brings about crisis. 318 more words