Making of Global Capitalism The Political Economy of American Empire

ISBN-10: 1781681368
ISBN-13: 9781781681367
Edition: 2013
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Verso Books
Publication date: 9/27/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin demonstrate the intimate relationship between modern capitalism and the American state. They identify the centrality of the social conflicts that occur within states rather than between them. These emerging fault lines hold out the possibility of new political movements that might transcend global markets.

Leo Panitch is professor of political science at York University in Toronto and author of Renewing Socialism: Democracy, Strategy, and Imagination.

SAM GINDIN is a labour economist, a leading authority on the auto industry, and a contributor to many labour-based publications. He is the assistant to the president of the CAW.

Preface
Introduction
Prelude to the New American Empire
The DNA of American Capitalism
The Dynamic Economy
The Active State
Internationalizing the American State
American State Capacities: From Great War to New Deal
From Wilson to Hoover: Isolationism Not
The Great Depression and the New Deal State
From New Deal to Grand Truce with Capital
The Project for a Global Capitalism
Planning the New American Empire
Internationalizing the New Deal
The Path to Bretton Woods
Laying the Domestic Foundations
Launching Global Capitalism
Evolving the Marshall Plan
The American Rescue of European Capitalism
"The Rest of the World"
The Transition to Global Capitalism
The Contradictions of Success
Internationalizing Production
Internationalizing Finance
Detaching from Bretton Woods
Structural Power Through Crisis
Class, Profits, and Crisis
Transition through Crisis
Facing the Crisis Together
The Realization of Global Capitalism
Renewing Imperial Capacity
The Path to Discipline
The New Age of Finance
The Material Base of Empire
Integrating Global Capitalism
Integrating Europe
Japan's Contradictions of Success
The Rest of the World (Literally)
The Rule of Global Capitalism
Rules of Law: Governing Globalization
The Laws of Free Trade
Global Investment, American Rules
Disciplinary Internationalism
The New Imperial Challenge: Managing Crises
Firefighter in Chief
The Asian Contagion
Failure Containment
The Global Capitalist Millennium
A World After Its Own Image
Chief Financial Architect
The US and the Globalized Economy
The Integration of China
American Crisis/Global Crisis
Smoldering Bushfires
"The Worst Financial Crisis in Global History"
The Empire's Not So New Clothes
Conclusion
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index

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