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Marxism and the politics of China's positioning in world history

By Chun Lin

Abstract

Since China maintains a certain degree of independence in the world economy, it is not necessarily impossible to reverse what David Harvey called "spatial fix" of capitalism. For example, to raise the wage by the "politics of price", and to provide price protection to direct producers, can add pressures on the existing institutions, and finally weaken the power of the capitalist system. The price is originally controlled by the market, but the influence of market can be replaced by the "variables created by political struggles", and the power that can surmount the constraints of the times can be gradually accumulated from some parts. Those activists who have lofty goals need to prepare for more radical actions, from reestablishing rules of games to partly delinking with globalization, so as to protect national industries, markets and labors' interests, as well as to prevent the penetration of international finance

Topics: B Philosophy (General), H Social Sciences (General)
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lse.ac.uk:30759
Provided by: LSE Research Online
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