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Michael Hardt, "Empire vs. US Imperialism"
Some of the worst tragedies of human history occur when elites are incapable of acting in their own interest. The waning years of ancient Rome, for example, were full of misguided political and military adventures that brought death and destruction to the elites, their allies and their enemies alike. Unfortunately we are again facing such a situation. It seems inevitable that the United States will soon conduct a full-scale war in Iraq. The US is also engaged in a war on terrorism that may extend to all regions of the globe. And, most importantly, the US has embarked on a foreign policy of "security" that dictates that it not merely react to threats but anticipate them with pre-emptive strikes.
Books - Online
- The Accumulation of Capital by Rosa Luxemburg
- Empire [PDF]
- Reading Capital Politically [PDF]
- Reform or Revolution by Rosa Luxemburg
- Self Activity of Wage-Workers by Kamunist Kranti
- Workers Councils by Anton Pannekoek
- Works of Marx and Engels
- Andre Gorz : A Critical Introduction by Conrad Lodziak, Jeremy Tatman (Pluto Press, 1997) 168 pages.
- Empire by Michael Hardt, Antonio Negri.(Harvard University Press, 2001) 504 pages.
- Farewell to the Working Class by Andre Gorz (Pluto Press, Pluto Press) 160 pages.
- Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire by Michael Hardt, Antonio Negri. (The Penguin Press, 2004) 427 pages.
- Reading Capital Politically by Harry Cleaver. (AK Press, 2000) 192 pages.
- The Rosa Luxemburg Reader edited by Hudis & Anderson (Monthly Review, 2004: ISBN1-5837-103-x)