• Geography
  • Published 2001

Marx and primitive accumulation: The continuous character of capital's "enclosures"

@inproceedings{Angelis2001MarxAP,
  title={Marx and primitive accumulation: The continuous character of capital's "enclosures"},
  author={M. de Angelis},
  year={2001}
}
In the last twenty years the neoliberal orthodoxy become predominant in all major levels ofgovernment and shaped the policy recommendations of the major think tanks all around the world.Countries have witnessed continuous massive attacks on those functions of the state which weredesigned to compensate for the inadequacies and injustices of the market. Cuts in social spendinghave taken of course many forms and shapes. This depended on what was the historical and socio-economic context in which… CONTINUE READING

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