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Progressive and regressive politics in late neoliberalism

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della Porta, D. (2017). Progressive and regressive politics in late neoliberalism. In Geiselberger, H. (ed) The Great Regression. Polity Press, pp. 26-39

a economic theory relating to the origin of capital (Adam Smith saw it as a peaceful process with natural imbalances in wealth distribution; Karl Marx saw it as a violent enclosure of the commons etc etc)

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capitalism once again began to rely [...] on forms of accumulation by dispossession [...] that Marx once identified as typical forms of what he called 'primitive accumulation'. The commodification of labour, land and money

—p.29 by Donatella della Porta
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capitalism once again began to rely [...] on forms of accumulation by dispossession [...] that Marx once identified as typical forms of what he called 'primitive accumulation'. The commodification of labour, land and money

—p.29 by Donatella della Porta
notable
1 year, 2 months ago
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[...] populism is tied to a plebiscitary linkage which does not empower the people as a whole, but rather an individual leader. This plebiscitarian turn can be seen in regressive politics, with leaders appealing to the masses through anti-establishment discourses while manipulating rather than involving 'the people'.

contrasting plebiscitary with participatory

—p.35 by Donatella della Porta 1 year, 2 months ago

[...] populism is tied to a plebiscitary linkage which does not empower the people as a whole, but rather an individual leader. This plebiscitarian turn can be seen in regressive politics, with leaders appealing to the masses through anti-establishment discourses while manipulating rather than involving 'the people'.

contrasting plebiscitary with participatory

—p.35 by Donatella della Porta 1 year, 2 months ago