Neoliberalism’s penal and debtor states

  title={Neoliberalism’s penal and debtor states},
  author={J. L. Campbell},
  journal={Theoretical Criminology},
  pages={59 - 73}
  • J. L. Campbell
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • Theoretical Criminology
  • Loïc Wacquant’s bold attempt to offer a new description of the neoliberal state is full of insights—many of which I can embrace. But the purpose of this essay is to raise questions about his arguments and in some cases to push them in new directions. I begin with a brief description of his sketch of the neoliberal state in order to be clear about what I see as the most important parts of his argument. Then I turn to a series of comments and questions about it. Insofar as his theory focuses on… CONTINUE READING
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