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Eco-Socialism or Barbarism – An up-to-date Critique of Capitalism

Initiative Eco-Socialism, March 2008


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Resource IDsarkarkern2008
Resource titleEco-Socialism or Barbarism – An up-to-date Critique of Capitalism
Author(s)Saral Sarkar, Bruno Kern
Publication/ sourceInitiative Eco-Socialism
Date publishedMarch 2008
Summary text/ abstractToday, also in the economic and social sphere, the failure of capitalism as an economic system is becoming obvious. In almost all countries mass unemployment prevails. Where the economy is growing, mostly it is jobless growth. The welfare state is being dismantled everywhere. Almost everywhere one hears of crisis of one or the other kind. In large parts of the world abject poverty prevails. Establishment economists are at a loss. Keynesianism had failed already in the 1970s, although some economists still unwaveringly adhere to the old recipes. Today we are experiencing the bankruptcy of the latest economic doctrine, namely of neo-liberalism. Economic globalisation has become a curse. Economic cold wars are going on everywhere. A large part of humanity is living under the constant fear that tomorrow one may lose the material basis of survival.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Neo-Luddism, Politics
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