Archive for July 2015

Zero Squared #26: Romeo and Juliet in Palestine

Jul 8th, 2015 | By

Tom Sperlinger is the guest this week and we discuss his book Romeo and Juliet in Palestine. Tom Sperlinger is director of Lifelong Learning for English at the University of Bristol, where he has set up a part-time BA in English Literature and Community Engagement. He has written about literature, universities and adult education for

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James Heartfield’s concluding remarks

Jul 4th, 2015 | By

What follows are James Heartfield’s very brief concluding remarks on the subject of Marx, Andrew Kliman, and the declining rate of profit. These comments are in response to the following series of blog posts listed with bylines: James Heartfield and Me (debating Marx on Facebook) – Douglas Lain James Heartfield Responds – James Heartfield James

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James Heartfield’s Arguments (Nonsequiturs and Borrowed Kettles)

Jul 3rd, 2015 | By

The following blog post is a response to James Heartfield’s rebuttal to my summary of a debate on Facebook. The original argument broke out on Doug Henwood’s Facebook wall as a debate around the findings of Andrew Kliman in his book The Failure of Capitalist Production. – Douglas Lain Publisher Zero Books   Just to

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James Heartfield Responds

Jul 1st, 2015 | By

This essay is in response to James Heartfield and Me (debating Marx on Facebook). A response to this response entitled James Heartfield’s Arguments (Nonsequiturs and Borrowed Kettles) was published on July 3rd. – Douglas Lain Publisher Zero Books Douglas Lain takes issue with some of the things I have said about capitalism today, Marx’s theory

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Zero Squared #25: A Diet of Austerity

Jul 1st, 2015 | By

Elaine Graham-Leigh is a the guest this week. She’s a member of Counterfire and a former member of the steering committee of the Campaign against Climate Change. Her book A Diet of Austerity was published by Zero Books in April of this year. Jonathan Neale, Author of Stop Global Warming, Change the World blurbed Elaine

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