Another Production is Possible
Beyond the Capitalist Canon
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488 pages / August 2007 / 9781844671489

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A meticulous examination of new forms of the conflict between capital and labor, and the emergence of new labor solidarities across the developing world.

This is the second volume, after Democratizing Democracy, of the collection Reinventing Social Emancipation: Towards New Manifestoes. Here, the author examines alternative models to capitalist development through case studies of collective land management, cooperatives of garbage collectors and women’s agricultural cooperatives. He also analyzes the changing capital-labor conflict of the past two decades and the way labor solidarity is reconstituting itself under new forms from Brazil to Mozambique and South Africa.


“At last, someone is putting concrete analysis on 'counter-hegemonic globalization from the bottom up.' Boaventura de Sousa Santos has assembled social scientists from Latin America, Africa, and Asia to describe another kind of democracy, full of lessons for the benighted countries of the North, where it should be mandatory reading for serious people.”

“In the 1980s Margaret Thatcher declared 'There is no alternative.' At the beginning of the 21st century the World Social Forum replied, 'Another World is Possible.' The project, Reinventing Social Emancipation, is a passionate and wide-ranging effort enriching our vision of that other world.”

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