The U.S. as a one-party state, and the class-character of governments

Christian Patterson 2018-12-24 Underground Mall Merry Christmas! The U.S. is a one-party state. There are two major parties, and both of them represent the capitalist class. They just have different views (except not that different) about how to manage the capitalist class (because government is┬áthe management department of an economy), and non-economic social issues. Historically, … Continue reading The U.S. as a one-party state, and the class-character of governments

contrasting classes as social categories with Class as a historical force

Christian Patterson 2018-11-15 Underground Mall One criticism I've heard against Marxism from anarchists is that society is too complex to be able to reduce it to a proletariat / bourgeoisie dichotomy. I don't know if this is a common anarchist perspective, or just unique to some specific people. But, in some ways, they're right that … Continue reading contrasting classes as social categories with Class as a historical force