Tag: Neoliberalism

The Hidden History of Neoliberalism

Free Download The Hidden History of Neoliberalism: How Reaganism Gutted America and How to Restore Its Greatness by Thom Hartmann
English | September 13, 2022 | ISBN: 1523002328 | 159 pages | PDF | 1.69 Mb
America’s most popular progressive radio host and New York Times bestselling author Thom Hartmann reveals how and why neoliberalism became so prevalent in the United States and why it’s time for us to turn our backs to it.


Neoliberalism and Conflict In Asia After 911

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English | 2006 | ISBN: 0415568390, 0415373212 | EPUB | pages: 254 | 0.8 mb
Key events in Asia’s recent history have included the end of the Cold War, the Asian Economic Crisis and the ‘war on terror’. This is a critical assessment of these events, and of the interplay of security and economics in shaping political regimes and modifying market systems.


After Neoliberalism The Kilburn Manifesto

Free Download Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin, "After Neoliberalism?: The Kilburn Manifesto"
English | 2015 | pages: 225 | ISBN: 1910448109 | PDF | 2,3 mb
This book brings together in one volume contributions made to the public debate that has developed around the Kilburn Manifesto, a Soundings project that seeks to map the political, economic, social and cultural contours of neoliberalism. The manifesto opens with a framing statement and each chapter then analyses a specific issue or theme. The contributors call into question the neoliberal order itself, and find radical alternatives to its foundational assumptions. Contributors: Beatrix Campbell, John Clarke, Sally Davison, Stuart Hall, Ben Little, Doreen Massey, Janet Newman, Alan O’Shea, Platform, Michael Rustin, George Shire Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin founded Soundings in 1995. Doreen Massey is Emeritus Professor of Geography at the Open University. Michael Rustin is Professor of Sociology at the University of East London. Stuart Hall was Emeritus Professor at the Open University. ‘The Kilburn Manifesto is a fitting testament to the contribution of Stuart Hall to British political life. It presents an incisive and powerful analysis of the current neoliberal moment making it essential reading for anyone interested not only in understanding the present but also in developing strategies for intervening into it.’ Alan Finlayson, Professor of Political and Social Theory at The University of East Anglia