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wtorek, 19 maj 2009 rozbrat.org Publications

The Anarchist Review, no.9/2009

The magazine is published twice a year to present articles from the field of radical social critique and practice of alternative political concepts from Poland and abroad. The Editorial collective is part of the anarchist movement in Poznan, Poland; who are also engaged in other projects such as the Bractwo „Trojka” Publishing House, Anarchist Federation, Anarchist Black Cross, Workers' Initiative and Rozbrat Squat Collective).No crisis no profitProl-Position - Comments on crisisThe modern crisis roots from the crisis in social production: excessive accumulation in industrialized regions of the world, disturbances and increasing demands of workers from the newly industrialized peripheries, strong pressure from the working class of the south, who are leaving their villages in search of a better fate.Anwar Shaikh - An introduction to the history of crisis theoriesIn the history of economic thought we can see three main ways of analyzing capitalist reproduction. All of them bring different ways of understanding the crises, the factors that cause them and their consequences.
The magazine is published twice a year to present articles from the field of radical social critique and practice of alternative political concepts from Poland and abroad. The Editorial collective is part of the anarchist movement in Poznan, Poland; who are also engaged in other projects such as the Bractwo "Trojka" Publishing House, Anarchist Federation, Anarchist Black Cross, Workers' Initiative and Rozbrat Squat Collective).
CHAPTER: LATIN AMERICA – STRATEGIES OF DOMINATION, WAYS OF RESISTANCEJarosław Urbański "Slavery and a birth of the capitalism”Beverly J. Silver, Eric Slater "Revolution of Caribbean slaves at the turn of the XVIII and XIX century "Jan Sowa "Roots of inequalities. Significance of colonialism for the development of the capitalism”Maciek Wiśniewski "OAXACA: Justice or barbarity”People united will never be defeated! - an interview with Anders Ortega, a lawyer defending political prisoners from LIMEDDH organization from Oaxaca, Mexico