Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/228525
Authors: 
Monaghan, Jeffrey
Cochrane, David Troy
Year of Publication: 
2012
Citation: 
[Editor:] Shannon, Deric [Editor:] Nocella II, Anthony J. [Editor:] Asimakopoulos, John [Title:] In The Accumulation of Freedom: Writings on Anarchist Economics [ISBN:] 978-1-84935-095-2 [Publisher:] AK Press [Place:] Oakland, CA [Pages:] 95-116
Publisher: 
AK Press, Oakland, CA
Abstract: 
Anarchists have generally rejected the idea that there is or ought to be a pure or inherently revolutionary strategy or tactic. In this chapter we make use of the capital-as-power theory of value and capital in a way that informs and supports the ad hoc perspective on struggle and fighting to win. Our primary purpose is to propose a method based on this theory as a means for social justice activists to assess political-economic disruption campaigns (PEDCs). Such an analysis is a needed component of an anarchist economics.
Subjects: 
activism
anarchism
capital as power
political-economic disruption campaigns (PEDCs)
JEL: 
P16
P26
P48
Q34
Creative Commons License: 
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Document Type: 
Book Part

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