Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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Introduction

how to define capitalism; cites Smith, Schumpeter, Weber, Keynes, etc. spends about 10 pages discussing Does Capitalism Have A Future? and unpacking their arguments

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Introduction

how to define capitalism; cites Smith, Schumpeter, Weber, Keynes, etc. spends about 10 pages discussing Does Capitalism Have A Future? and unpacking their arguments

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47

How Will Capitalism End?

initially given as a lecture. also published in New Left Review, vol. 87 (the Spanish one), May/June 2014, pp. 35–64.

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47

How Will Capitalism End?

initially given as a lecture. also published in New Left Review, vol. 87 (the Spanish one), May/June 2014, pp. 35–64.

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73

The Crises of Democratic Capitalism

initially given as a lecture and published in New Left Review 71, September/October 2011, 5–29

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73

The Crises of Democratic Capitalism

initially given as a lecture and published in New Left Review 71, September/October 2011, 5–29

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95

Citizens as Customers: Considerations on the New Politics of Consumption

published in New Left Review 76, July/August 2012, 27–47

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95

Citizens as Customers: Considerations on the New Politics of Consumption

published in New Left Review 76, July/August 2012, 27–47

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143

Markets and Peoples: Democratic Capitalism and European Integration

first published in New Left Review 73, January/February 2012, 63–71

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143

Markets and Peoples: Democratic Capitalism and European Integration

first published in New Left Review 73, January/February 2012, 63–71

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165

Why the Euro Divides Europe

initially a lecture. published in New Left Review 95, September/October 2015, 5–26. begins with a great treatise on the nature of money

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165

Why the Euro Divides Europe

initially a lecture. published in New Left Review 95, September/October 2015, 5–26. begins with a great treatise on the nature of money

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237

The Public Mission of Sociology

on how sociology has done itself (and the world) a disservice by historically ignoring the role of the economy

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237

The Public Mission of Sociology

on how sociology has done itself (and the world) a disservice by historically ignoring the role of the economy

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The Great Regression
by multiple authors