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Anarchy, Crime, and Prisons

Reviews of two books on anarchism’s approach to crime prevention and punishment.

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Mutual Aid and Solidarity against Crisis – Green Syndicalist Reflections on #COVID19

It took only a matter of weeks for politicians and political pundits to openly muse about the death calculus that should be undertaken to determine how many should die to “save the economy,” or more precisely to restore profits to owners and investors. Shutdowns and isolation might be good for people and the planet but were not so great for capital accumulation. It turns out capital does not care if people or the planet die, as long as the Dow goes up. Pretenses have been shed, the core of the system is on display.

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