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Reading Capital Politicallycleaverharry1772000adultprimer on Capital ch. 1
political economyautonomous marxismsocial reproduction theory8-1-20
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Value, price and profitwebsiteMarxKarl1969adultAn introduction to Marx's economic theory, delivered as a lecture at the General Council of the First International on June 20 and 27, 1865. political economy
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500 Years of Indigenous Resistancearticle reprintanonymous1992adultA history of colonization of the Americas, and indigenous resistance to it.imperialism10-18-20
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To Abolish the Familyarticle o'brienME29ndadulton the working-class family and gender liberation
in capitalist development
familysocial reproduction theorysocialist feminismqueer socialism10-25-20
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Radical Black Hangouts Series
Revolutionary Resource List
PDFLeftRoots7ndadultlist of resources on Black radicalismafrosocialism11-8-20
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Marxism & Cinemawebsitefairfaxdanielndadulta guide to Marxism and filmfilmcultural studies11-8-20
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Caliban and the WitchPDFFedericiSilvia2422004adultCaliban and the Witch is a history of the development of capitalism in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries analyzed from the viewpoint of its impact on women and the reproduction of the work force which in capitalist society becomes “women's labor.”colonialismSocial Reproduction theoryhistory of capitalismprimitive accumulation11-17-20
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Black against Empire, The History and Politics of the Black Panther PartyaudiobookBloomJoshuaMartinWaldon/andyoung adultA history and the politics of the black panther partyViolence and Offensive LanguageAnti Police ViolenceOrganizingDirect ActionAnti RacismAnti Imperialism11-18-20
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Women, Race, and ClassPDFDavisAngela Y.1661981adult"Longtime activist, author and political figure Angela Davis brings us this expose of the women's movement in the context of the fight for civil rights and working class issues. She uncovers a side of the fight for suffrage many of us have not heard: the intimate tie between the anti-slavery campaign and the struggle for women's suffrage. She shows how the racist and classist bias of some in the women's movement have divided its own membership. Davis' message is clear: If we ever want equality, we're gonna have to fight for it together."References to violence against black womensocialist feminismabolitionism11-18-20
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Wages Against Houseworkarticle PDFFedericiSilvia81975adultFederici recognizes unpaid domestic labor as a consequence of capitalism and argues that housework should be recognized and paid as labor.Socialist FeminismLabor Conditions11-18-20
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The Dictator’s Handbook: Why Bad Behavior is Almost Always Good Politicsaudiobookde MesquitaBuenoSmithAlastairn/a2011adultThe book discusses how politicians gain and retain political power.politics11-19-20
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Millennials Are Killing Capitalismpodcastadultanti-capitalist podcast. "Our goal is to provide a platform for communists, anti-imperialists, Black Liberation movements, ancoms, left libertarians, LBGTQ activists, feminists, immigration activists, and abolitionists to discuss radical politics, radical organizing and share their visions for a better world."abolitionanti-imperialismorganizingLGBTQ activismcommunism11-30-20
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The Social FactoryPDFFalling Wall ReviewMulfordJeremy321974adultsocial reproduction theory12-6-20
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Mapping the Future of the Anthropocenevideo lectureRobinsonKim2020adultPredicting the future is impossible, but modeling possible futures is important. Now, all realistic futures for civilization include some climate change, which means biosphere damage that could range from the bad to the terrible. How then do we talk about the future without creating in our current selves various versions of giving up? And what do humans need to do now to bring the least bad futures into being?ecosocialismanthropoceneideologyclimate changeenvironment12-6-20
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The Women's WarpodcastEvansRobert2020adultRobert Evans finds hope in Rojava's feminist, anti-authoritarian revolution.Some episodes have descriptions of violence against women. Occasional explicit language.anarchismfeminismautonomous movements12-9-20
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The Struggle Against FascismwebsiteZetkinClara1923adultHistorical - the first report on the rise of Fascism and how to combat it.Fascism12-9-20
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Shaping the ‘Rust Belt’ Working ClassPDFDavidsonCarl43ndadultHistory of class struggle in Appalachia from pre-colonial times to the presentlaborimperialismhistory12-13-20
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Debt: the first 5000 yearsPDFGraeberDavid5342011adultExplores the historical relationship of debt with social institutions such as barter, marriage, friendship, slavery, law, religion, war and government. It draws on the history and anthropology of a number of civilizations, large and small, from the first known records of debt from Sumer in 3500 BC until the present.political economyreligiongovernmentfamily history12-9-20
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What Karl Marx really thought about LiberalismYoutube lectureBurgisBenMcManusMattn/a2020adultA Jacobin Talk featuring Matt McManus and Ben Burgis discussing Marxism and liberalism. Karl Marx celebrated liberalism’s achievements, such as freedom of the press, while excoriating its fidelity to the private property rights of capitalists. We discuss how capitalism is a barrier to the fulfilment of many liberal rights and why a democratic socialism can better guarantee not just equality but freedom.liberalismmarxism12-9-20
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Marx on Alienation from LabourYoutube lectureRed Plateaus2019adultThis is the fourth video in a series that talks about Marx's views on human development, freedom, alienation and socialism, and the connection between them. In this episode we discuss capitalist domination in the workplace, or alienation from the labour process.alienationlaborMarx12-9-20
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The Panthers and the PatriotswebsiteMcCanneMichaeln/c2017adultThe story of how a group of poor whites in Chicago united with the Black Panthers to fight racism and capitalism.afrosocialismanti-racismpoliticshistory12-13-20
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Fundamentals of Marx: Surplus Labor and ValueYoutube lectureThe Marxist Projectn/a2019adultThe third installment in the Fundamentals of Marx series. This video is about surplus labor and value.MarxSurplus laborvaluepolitical economy12-13-20
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Black Revolutionaries in the United StatesPDFCommunist Research Cluster4382016adultA compilation of readings by Black revolutionariesafrosocialismcommunism12-13-20
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Karl Marx’s Monetary Theory of ValueYoutube lectureHeinrichMichael2020adultMichael Heinrich is a former collaborator of Marx-Engels-Gesamtausgabe (MEGA) and was, until 2016, Professor of Economics at HTW Berlin. He is the author of An Introduction to the Three Volumes of Karl Marx's “Capital” (2012) and Karl Marx and the Birth of Modern Society (2019).political economyMarx moneyvalue12-13-20
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Reform or RevolutionwebsiteLuxemburgRosa~751900adultLuxemburg argues for a revolutionary approach to overcoming capitalism against the reformist Eduard Bernsteinpolitical economyrevolutionreformMarxismsocialism12-10-20
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Who Counts As Working Class?Youtube lectureCalnitskyDavidn/a2020adultDavid Calnitsky, assistant professor in the department of sociology at the University of Western Ontario, discusses exploitation and oppression in Marx. Based on work of Erik Olin Wright political economyMarxexploitationoppression12-27-20
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Reading Marx's Capital Vol I with David HarveyYoutube lectureHarveyDavidn/a2019adultLecture series on Marx's Capital Vol 2political economyMarx1-5-21
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Reading Marx's Capital Vol 2 with David HarveyYoutube lectureHarveyDavidn/a2014adultLecture series on Marx's Capital Vol 2political economyMarx1-5-21
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Blacks in and out of the LeftPDFDawsonMichael2572013adultThe radical black left that played a crucial role in twentieth-century struggles for equality and justice has largely disappeared. Michael Dawson investigates the causes and consequences of the decline of black radicalism as a force in American politics and argues that the conventional left has failed to take race sufficiently seriously as a historical force in reshaping American institutions, politics, and civil society.afrosocialismpoliticsrace1-10-21
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An End to the Neglect of the Problems of the Negro Woman!website/PDFJonesClaudia201949adultA Marxist analysis of the situation of Black women in the US in 1949 and the causes of their growing militancyafrosocialismsocialist feminismintersection theory1-10-21
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Until We Win: Black Labor and Liberation in the Disposable ErawebsiteAkunoKalin/s2015adultContemporary Black oppression is explained as the result of Blacks' being transformed into a surplus population by contemporary capitalism.afrosocialismpolitical economy1-10-21
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The ‘Capitalized Womb’: A Review of Ned and Constance Sublette’s The American Slave CoastwebsiteJacksonKellien/a2016adultAbout Black women’s bodies and labor as engines of the capital for capitalism.afrosocialismpolitical economyslavery1-17-21
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Black Reconstruction in America: An Essay Toward a History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, 1860–1880PDFDuboisW. E. B.7671935adultWikipedia: " a history of the Reconstruction era by W. E. B. Du Bois, first published in 1935. It marked a significant break with the standard academic view of Reconstruction at the time, the Dunning School, which contended that the period was a failure and downplayed the contributions of African Americans. Du Bois argued directly against these accounts, emphasizing the role and agency of blacks during the Civil War and Reconstruction and framing it as a period that held promise for a worker-ruled democracy to replace a slavery-based plantation economy."afrosocialismAmerican histroy1-17-21
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How Colorblindness Co-Evolved with Free-Market ThinkingwebsiteOmiMichaelWinantHaroldn/a2014adultArgues that “it is the convergence of neoliberalism with colorblindness—the right-wing racial ideology of the post-civil rights era—that accounts for the success of neoliberalism.”afrosocialismneoliberalismrace1-17-21
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The Wellspring of Black Feminist TheoryPDFBurnhamLinda112003adultTraces the origins of intersection theory.afrosocialismsocialist feminismintersection theory1-24-21
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Black Women's ManifestowebsiteNortonEleanorWilliamsMaxine521970adultA pamphlet distributed by Third World Women's Alliance on the role of Black women in Black liberation.afrosocialismsocialist feminism1-24-21
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BealFrances1-24-21
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La RueLinda1-24-21
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And Still I Rise: Black Women Labor Leaders' Voices/Power/PromisepdfInstitute for Policy Studiesmany1442015adultThe report is organized around three emerging themes— leadership, organizing and policy issues of concern to black labor women—and reflects the women’s unique position at the nexus of race, gender and class. These topics are explored through first-person narratives of interviewees and a summary of a national online survey results. The report concludes with a series of recommendations to move the ideas expressed in the report to action. 1-24-21
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The Grapes of WrathpdfSteinbeckJohn3131939young adultSet during the Great Depression, the novel focuses on the Joads, a poor family of tenant farmers driven from their Oklahoma home by drought, economic hardship, agricultural industry changes, and bank foreclosures forcing tenant farmers out of work. Due to their nearly hopeless situation, and in part because they are trapped in the Dust Bowl, the Joads set out for California along with thousands of other "Okies" seeking jobs, land, dignity, and a future.Offensive Language and Violenceexploitationclass struggleenvironmentalismcollectivism1-31-21
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A Social and Economic Bill of Rightswebsiten/a2012adultFrom the DSA website. An overview of some aspects a socialist bill of of social and economic rights should contain.socialist strategysocial and economic rights
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Towards Freedom: Democratic Socialist Theory and PracticepdfSchwartzJosephSchulmanJason82012adultIntro to DSA's socialist theory and practicesocialist strategydemocratic socialism
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Race, articulation and societies structured in dominancepdfHallStuart1980?adultMarxist - Gramscian theory of race within capitalism.afrosocialismracecapitalismstructuralism
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The Path to Human Development: Capitalism or Socialism?websiteLebowitzMichaeln/a2009adultAn extended argument that socialism is better for human development than capitalismsocialismcapitalismVenezuela3-7-21
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Are Prisons Obsolete?pdfDavisAngela1282003adultCritique of the US prison system.abolitionracism3-14-21
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Claudia Jones, Intercontinental Social ActivistYoutube video2015adult6 minute documentary on Black communist Claudia Jonesafrosocialism3-21-21
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Hammer & Hoe: Alablama Communists during the Great DepressionaudioKelleyRobin105 minutesndadultAudio narration of preface, prologue, Chapter 1 of Kelley's book.afrosocialismcommunism3-28-21
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CommunismwebsiteGraeberDavidn/a2010adultShort introduction to a couple different definitions of communismcommunism3-29-21
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Class Reductionism Is Real, and It’s Coming from the Jacobin Wing of the DSAwebsiteCozarelliTatianan/a2020adultCritique of "Jacobin wing" of DSA for alleged class reductionism.class reductionism4-11-21
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Socialism, Universalism and Anti-Anti-RacismwebsiteMontagWarrenSerranoJosephn/a2019adultWarren Montag and Joseph Serrano take a stock at the ongoing debate on anti-racism, class-wide demands and the fight for socialism.class reductionismsocialsmanti-racism4-18-21
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The Myth of Class ReductionismwebsiteReedAdolphn/a2019adultReed argues that the fight for racial and gender justice has always been about economic inequality, too.class reductionism4-25-21
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How Calling Someone a Class Reductionist Became a Lefty InsultwebsiteHaider Asadn/a2020adultArgues that the debate over class reductionism is a red herring.class reductionismanti-racism5-2-21
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Anarchism and Other EssaysPDFGoldmanEmma115PDF version of 1910 publicationadultBasic texts on anarchist theory by a leading early 20th century anarchistanarchism5-9-21
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Neither Intersectionality Nor Economism: For a Genuine Class PoliticswebsiteParkinsonDonaldn/a2019adultParkinson’s article develops a theoretical critique of non-Marxist approaches to intersectionality as well as a robust critique of the economistic (i.e. class reductionist) interpretations of Marxism.class reductionismintersectionalityeconomism5-23-21
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