October 3, 2021
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Note from Blair Fix: In a series of essays published in 2013 and 2014 on capitaspower.com, political economist Tim Di Muzio explored the concept of ‘sabotage’ as it applies to capitalist power. I recently rediscovered these essays and was so impressed by them that I have reposted them here as a single piece.

About the author: Tim Di Muzio is a researcher at the University of Wollongong. He is the author of numerous books, including Debt as powerCarbon capitalism, and The 1% and the Rest of us.


Di Muzio on ‘Sabotage’

Tim Di Muzio

  1. The meaning of ‘sabotage’
  2. The poverty of liberal history
  3. Sabotage and ownership
  4. Royal authority and private property
  5. The constitution of the United States of America
  6. The capitalization of money creation: The greatest sabotage in human history?
  7. The privatization of money: The greatest sabotage in human history? Part II

read here




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