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Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power, and Structural Poverty

Markets Not Capitalism Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses Inequality Corporate Power and Structural Poverty Markets Not Capitalism explores the gap between radically freed markets and the capitalist controlled markets that prevail today The contributors argue that structural poverty can be abolished by libe

  • Title: Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power, and Structural Poverty
  • Author: Gary Chartier Charles W. Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781570272424
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • Markets Not Capitalism explores the gap between radically freed markets and the capitalist controlled markets that prevail today The contributors argue that structural poverty can be abolished by liberating market exchange from state capitalist privilege, as well as helping working people to take control of their labour.

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    1. Sasha on said:

      “Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power and Strucutral Povery” edited by Gary Chartier and Charles W. Johnson (link to the text/audiobook at the bottom of this review) provides an introduction, overview and argument for market anarchism and a discussion of related topics. The book is a collection of 48 essays by writers ranging from 19th century French mutualist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and American feminist Voltarine de Cleyre to 20th and 2 [...]

    2. Dave Burns on said:

      There is now an authorized free audiobook version online at porctherapy/2012/09/19

    3. Lucian McMahon on said:

      Either no one bothered to proofread the manuscript before sending it to print, or the proofreader had the reading level of a fourth grader. Seriously, I've never encountered so many blatant typos in a published piece of work probably in my entire life. It's embarrassing.Also, William Gillis: "Whence" literally means "from where." So when you put "From Whence" in your title, you do not sound more erudite. You just sound idiotic.Other than that, pretty solid collection of essays; a good primer for [...]

    4. Bevans on said:

      I tried, but it seems to be written primarily for people who are already on board with the philosophy being espoused. There's a lot of jargon and unconventional (though probably correct) use of political/economic terms that I couldn't get past.I'm not rating it, since I didn't finish it.

    5. Mattheus Guttenberg on said:

      People usually associate libertarianism as a creature of the Right. Lower taxes, gun freedom, ending regulation, and so on. But the essays in Markets Not Capitalism make quite a strong case that libertarianism is just as concerned with typically "Left" issues: racial discrimination, the problems of big business, wealth inequality, "wage slavery," environmentalism, and more. With authors ranging from Benjamin Tucker to Murray Rothbard, this book is a great antidote for the "corporate apologetics" [...]

    6. Michael on said:

      Excellent presentation of freed-market and mutualistic economic and political theory. This series of short, clear essays from a variety of writers. dating from the late 1800s through the present day touches on everything from the development of the theories themselves to the solutions they propose to a number of problems. Eye-opening perspectives and a challenging and empathetic focus on non-coercive responses to often systemic non-equalities in a range of economic spheres.

    7. Craig on said:

      Interesting, original perspectives. Series of short essays/opinion pieces allows for lots of range, but found some arguments were not fully developed.

    8. Mikehendo on said:

      Quite possibly the best book in market anarchism that I've read yet! So much better than the straw men offered up by Molyneux.

    9. Kiseruyoru on said:

      At the end of the day I just kinda think these people are nuts. An interesting nuts, like Ayn Rand. But still nuts. It just feels like they want to take away the things that have kept Capitalism from killing the world outright, and this is a good thing because. . . no satisfactory answer was given, basically it just runs off into the woods with these ideas of what should happen and seems to think that means those things *will* happen. Moreover, I'm in the post-capitalist-futurist camp that think [...]

    10. Behzad on said:

      This is a collection of essays on variety of topics and the position which market anarchists take. Some essays are very well selected but within some parts essays had substantial overlap making it not entertaining to read all essays. The collection however is valuable as a reference for interested people to investigate free market perspective.

    11. Nat Natural on said:

      Great if you're a pro-capitalist honestly wanting to get into the mindset of the left. This book is probably the best way to relate.

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