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By Richard Seymour

ISBN-10: 0745333281

ISBN-13: 9780745333281

ISBN-10: 074533329X

ISBN-13: 9780745333298

Five years into capitalism's inner most difficulty, which has resulted in cuts and financial soreness internationally, Against Austerity addresses a perplexing element of the present conjuncture: why are the wealthy still getting away with it? Why is protest so ephemeral? Why does the left seem to be marginal to political existence?

In an research which demanding situations our figuring out of capitalism, category and beliefs, Richard Seymour exhibits how ‘austerity’ is only one a part of a much wider elite plan to appreciably re-engineer society and way of life within the pursuits of revenue, consumerism and speculative finance.

Against Austerity isn't a gospel of depression. Seymour argues that when we flip to stand the headwinds of this new fact, dishing out with reassuring dogmas, we will be able to forge new collective resistance and choices to the present approach. Following Brecht, Against Austerity argues that the great outdated issues are over, it is time to confront the undesirable new ones.

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