12 October 2022

Monthly Review, Mon, 09 May 2022 12:37:15

Today, our choice of book is Kevin Carson’s “Studies in Mutualist Political Economy” (https://t.co/2FZ1nWu6zK). Studies in Mutualist Political Economy is an intriguing non-fiction work, so if we’re going to give it the recognition it needs, we’re incuding it on our lists. In this case, we discovered ideas that are absolutely eye-opening in their understanding of the world. Before you’re done, you should appreciate how politics readers reacted. In the words of one reader, “Kevin Carson refuses to pull punches against those whose political philosophies are inconsistent, whether they are on the left or right, radical or mainstream. His piercing criticism of those with less consistent positions, within the framework of a political ideology which is, by all accounts, a sort of "in-between” for modern libertarianism and classical socialism, is quite fantastic. The accounts of primitive accumulation and debunking of “lasseiz-faire” myths are exquisite. I recommend this book to anyone with an interest in politics, an ability to think critically, and an open mind.“ If you read this post, you might as well go the whole way and search for your own copy. If not, keep track of what’s next by using the email subscription option right at our website.


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