Articles by John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark and Hannah Holleman
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Capital and the Ecology of Disease
John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark and Hannah Holleman | Monthly Review - TRANSCEND Media Service, 21 Jun 2021
June 2021 – The dominant view is that the COVID-19 crisis is simply an external, “black swan” event, a rare, unpredictable, and unlikely to be repeated occurrence that has entered from outside the system. The world capitalist economy, we are informed, was fundamentally sound prior to the advent of this unforeseen exogenous shock, and it will revive quickly once the SARS-CoV-2 virus is under control. This received view, however, is incorrect on all counts.→ read full article
Capitalism and Robbery: The Expropriation of Land, Labor, and Corporeal Life
John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark and Hannah Holleman | Monthly Review - TRANSCEND Media Service, 30 Dec 2019
1 Dec 2019 – It is impossible to understand the totality of capitalist relations apart from the conditions of both exploitation and expropriation, which together generate the ensemble of oppressions that characterize the system. It is here too that we begin to understand the various interlocking aspects of capitalist domination, which require a corevolutionary praxis in response.→ read full article