Primitive Accumulation at LAVA!!

More good stuff from the last couple weeks of Occupy Philly's Dissecting Capitalism series.

Part II: This Financial Crisis
With Mark Kuperberg and Julie Maitrejean

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Part III: The Historical Rise of Capitalism and Corporations

In this video, Ariane Fisher breaks down primitive acumulation and Jerry Krantman muses on corporate personhood.

More great events are coming up! Every Wednesday night at LAVA!

Dissecting Capitalism at LAVA

February 1st a packed crowd turned out at LAVA to hear Alex Knight and George Caffentzis do an introductory breakdown of capitalism, event one of a 10 week series on Dissecting Capitalism.

George Caffentzis, who some may know from his writings with Midnight Notes (including Promissory Notes, much discussed around LAVA circles a couple years back) started it off giving a historic breakdown of the development of capitalism.

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Next up, Alex Knight, blogger at End of Capitalism and protagonist at Occupy Philly spoke on capitalism as an abusive relationship, his theory on the impending end of capitalism and what he sees as our current mode of Zombie Capitalism.

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The night ended with a long and interesting Q and A:

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Corporate Crime Comics

The paper copy of this comic book is no longer available from Kitchen Sink Comics, but here's a scan of the issue (About 15 megabytes). If you were to find a paper copy of the comic on the comics back issues market, it's worth $18.

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