Zombie Capitalism: Global Crisis and the Relevance of Marx

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By Chris Haman

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We’ve been told for years that the capitalist free market is a self-correcting perpetual growth machine in which sellers always find buyers, precluding any major crisis in the system. Then the credit crunch of August 2007 turned into the great crash of September–October 2008, leading one apologist for the system, Willem Buiter, to write of “the end of capitalism as we knew it.”

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