Jeff Immelt’s resignation as CEO of General Electric shows that we cannot think of industry as finance’s opponent.
Stephen Maher is a social critic and PhD candidate at York University in Toronto.
The Left shouldn't counter the logic of "Make America Great Again" with nostalgia for an idealized liberal democracy.
Hillary Clinton's finance reforms wouldn't rein in Wall Street. Finance and global capitalism are inseparable.
Mad Max dramatizes a clash of civilizations, in which the West must win out over everyone else.
An unrepentant whitewash of murder and occupation, American Sniper shouldn’t be up for any Oscars tonight.
Inherent Vice brilliantly depicts how neoliberalism co-opted the counterculture.
The Making of Global Capitalism marks the start of a project to construct a new historical materialist analysis of the American empire and the world system it oversees.