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ClassCrits IV; Report-Back

Last weekend’s conference at American University Washington College of Law: “ClassCrits IV: Criminalizing Economic Inequality,” was a terrific success. Thanks to my fellow members of the organizing team, including Martha McCluskey (who took the lead role in assembling and re-assembling … Continue reading

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Class Warfare Comes out of the Closet

By Lisa R. Pruitt David Stockman, Ronald Reagan’s former budget director, published an op-ed in the New York Times last month, “The Bipartisan March to Fiscal Madness.” Stockman begins: It is obvious that the nation’s desperate fiscal condition requires higher … Continue reading

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Harvey’s quick story of capitalism’s crisis

Those interested in class, crisis and the law might find useful this short video summary of the crisis from a Marxian perspective that’s been making the rounds:   David Harvey, Crisis of Capitalism, (April 26, 2010).    Harvey identifies a … Continue reading

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