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Patrick, can you provide some good links on this "Mauro Marini
tradition" regarding sub-imperialism, thanks.

On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 3:54 PM, Patrick Bond via Marxism
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> On 2018/03/12 05:50 AM, Philip Ferguson via Marxism wrote:
>>
>> As Smith so brilliantly shows, capital in the North restored much of the
>> fall in its profitability suffered in the 1970s on the back of the super
>> exploitation of the South:
>> full at:
>> https://rdln.wordpress.com/2016/03/09/imperialism-and-super-exploitation/
>>
>
> Thanks Phil,
>
> First, it's also good to recall Michael's caveats: "I am not sure that Smith
> has proved that ‘super-exploitation’ is the dominant characteristic of
> modern imperialism.  As he shows, imperialism of the 19th century also
> relied on super-exploitation of the masses in the colonies (to the level of
> slavery) and that, in the industrialisation of imperialist countries like
> Britain in the late 18th and early 19th century, driving wages below the
> value of labour power was a powerful factor in the exploitation of labour
> (see Engels on The condition of the working-class in England). For that
> matter, super-exploitation is visible in the imperialist economies too..."
>
> Second, you might know some of this debate has migrated to the Review of
> African Political Economy, where the "North" and "South" now also includes
> disputes over East and West, and the role of spatial processes as part of
> capital's super-exploitative armory:
>
> http://roape.net/2018/01/10/david-harvey-denies-imperialism/
> http://roape.net/2018/02/05/realities-ground-david-harvey-replies-john-smith/
>
> However, neither Smith nor Harvey address the full implications of
> sub-imperial accumulation in the Mauro Marini tradition (a tradition which
> also centrally stresses the role of super-exploitation). I've nearly
> finished an intervention along these lines. Anyone else gathering
> information about these processes?
>
> Cheers,
> Patrick
>
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