Monthly Archives: January 2015

Malatesta on Applause and Aging

I’ve been reading Davide Turcato’s The Method of Freedom: An Errico Malatesta Reader, and found a short piece by Malatesta called “Thank You, But Enough Already.” It was written in 1920 when he was in his late 60s, and, as Turcato … Continue reading

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Reclus on Charity

An idea I want to look into and possibly do some research on some day is the inherent inefficiency and waste of trying to fix the problems created by capitalism. So many people running around trying to make many tiny adjustments … Continue reading

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Alperovitz beyond Capitalism

I finally started reading Gar Alperovitz’s America beyond Capitalism: Reclaiming Our Wealth, Our Liberty, & Our Democracy. I’m only a little ways into it, and so maybe my opinion will change, but right now I have to say that I am not … Continue reading

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