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Pages: 236

Language: English

Publisher: PM PRESS (18 April 2014)

By: David McNally(Author)

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McNally analyses the global financial crisis as the first systematic crisis of the neo-liberal stage of capitalism and argues that far from having ended, the crisis has ushered in a new period of worldwide economic and political turbulence. Taking crisis as a fundamental feature of capitalism, he challenges the common view that its source lies in financial deregulation. Whilst averting a complete meltdown, the intervention by central banks laid the basis for recurring crises for poor and working class people. McNally also traces the new patterns in anti-capitalist action.

"For a scholarly, in-depth analysis of our current crisis that never loses sight of its political implications (for them and for us), expressed in a language that leaves no reader behind, there is simply no better place to go." --Bertell Ollman, professor, department of politics, New York University, author, "Dance of the Dialectic""David McNally's tremendously timely book is packed with significant theoretical and practical insights, and offers actually existing examples of what is to be done." --Ruth Wilson Gilmore, author, "Golden Gulag"


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  • By ian clark on 26 November 2014

    Excellent treatment of complex subject. Written clearly and within a coherent Marxist framework. Along with David Harvey's A Brief History of New-Liberalism, an exceptional account of an malevolent ideology whose historical persistence continues to plague us, well all but the top 1% anyway.

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