Tag: local currencies
Una breve mirada al pasado de Ithaca HOURS
De Eric Fleischmann. Artículo original: A Brief Look Back at Ithaca HOURS, del 23 de julio de 2022. Traducido al español por Camila Figueroa. Una de las monedas comunitarias más famosas de Estados Unidos es Ithaca HOURS, por lo que un repaso a su historia, función y eficacia parece apropiado en cualquier momento. Como cuenta…
Ricordando Ithaca HOURS
Eric Fleischmann. Originale pubblicato il 23 luglio 2022 con il titolo A Brief Look Back at Ithaca HOURS. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Ithaca HOURS è una delle più famose valute comunitarie negli Stati Uniti; un’analisi della sua storia, il funzionamento e l’efficacia non è mai fuori luogo. Racconta l’antropologo Bill Maurer nel suo libro Mutual…
A Brief Look Back at Ithaca HOURS
One of the most famous community currencies in the United States is Ithaca HOURS, so a review of its history, function, and effectiveness seems appropriate at any time. As accounted by anthropologist Bill Maurer in his book Mutual Life, Limited: Islamic Banking, Alternative Currencies, Lateral Reason, Ithaca HOURS was started in 1991 in Ithaca, New…
Forza (più o meno) New Deal Verde!
Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato il 21 febbraio 2019 con il titolo One Cheer – More or Less – For the Green New Deal. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Prima di fare un’analisi critica da un’angolatura anarchica di una proposta politica come il New Deal Verde, è bene che spieghi quali sono i miei assunti di base….
One Cheer — More or Less — For the Green New Deal
In critiquing and analyzing a state policy proposal like the Green New Deal from an anarchist perspective, I should throw in the usual disclaimers about my working assumptions. I’m not an insurrectionist and I don’t believe the post-capitalist/post-state transition will be primarily what Erik Olin Wright called a “ruptural” process. Although the final transition may…
Who’s Confused About Capitalism?
A new Harvard poll shows 51 percent of Millennials do not support capitalism (compared to 42 percent who do). An older Reason-Rupe poll found “socialism” beat “capitalism” in popularity 58 to 56%, but the “free market” was overwhelmingly more popular than a “government-managed economy.” The spin-meisters are quick to frame this as Millennial confusion about…
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