Capital & Class 45.4


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About Capital & Class

Since 1977 Capital & Class has been the main independent source for a Marxist critique of global capitalism. Pioneering key debates on value theory, domestic labour, and the state, it reaches out into the labour, trade union, anti-racist, feminist, environmentalist and other radical movements. It analyses the important political, economic and social developments of our time and applies a materialist framework unconstrained by divisions into economics, politics, sociology or history.

Each issue includes both in-depth papers and an extensive book reviews section.



The lumpen in Marx’s works and its relevance for contemporary political struggle – Michael Villanova

Accumulation by dispossession and hegemony in place: The Greek experience – Dimitris Milonakis, Elina Drakaki, Manolis Manioudis and Sergios Tzotzes

‘The real power must be in the base’ – Decentralised collective intellectual leadership in the European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and to the City – Bernd Bonfert

Unfree Labour and the Capitalist State: An Open Marxist Analysis of the 2015 Modern Slavery Act – Christopher Pesterfield

The British and the transfer of power in the Bechuanaland Protectorate: Neo-colonialism or passive revolution? – Kebapetse Lotshwao


‘Lions led by donkeys’? Britain’s war in Afghanistan, 2001–2014 – Paul Dixon

Book Reviews

Design in Crisis: New Worlds, Philosophies and Practices by Tony Fry and Adam Noceko
Reviewed by D Wood

Beyond Nature: Animal Liberation, Marxism, and Critical Theory by Marco Maurizi
Reviewed by Christian Stache

The Long Crisis: New York City and the Path to Neoliberalism by Benjamin Holtzman
Reviewed by Michael Villanova

Fighting for Water: Resisting Privatization in Europe by Andreas Bieler
Reviewed by Caitlin Schroering

Books available for review

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