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Table of Contents
SALVAGE EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE
Give Dust a Tongue: Perspectives #13
Because it cannot be avoided, once more on the state of the world.
Literally Nothing: On Class Dysphoria
Self-loathing as the class consciousness of the defeated. Musings on the transmutation of melancholia into militancy.
Russian Capitalism Today: A Case of ‘Primacy of Politics’?
Toward a political economy of contemporary Moscow where politics and economics are inseparably entwined. And irresolvably in tension.
(Re)Organising the Private Sector: Amazon, Starbucks, and a Revitalised Labour Movement?
Interview. Thirty years of one-sided class war have left the American labour movement a ruin. Rubble, it turns out, can make a potent weapon.
Brave New World: Notes on Citizenship for the Data State
From lullabies of liberty to the new infrastructure of unfreedom. The adventures of data in the landscapes of capital and the state.
GRACIE MAE BRADLEY
The Labour of Lesbian Life: Wages Due Lesbians and the Politics of Refusal
The transgressive insights of Wages Due Lesbians: straightness as extraction, fucking as labour, and outcast sexuality as work refusal.
The Third Event: Part 2
The Invasion of Ukraine One Year On: An Interview
Interview. A spooling and unspooling of Ariadne’s thread. It’s the only way to wind through the ghastly labyrinth of imperialism.
Time, Labour-Discipline and the End of Industrial Capitalism
If crisis led to renewal, liberation would have come years ago. The new viral crisis of capitalism may not be its end. But it must be its end.
The Arse-End of Empire at the Arse-End of the World
Paddling through the flotsam of imperial decay. Keep mouths shut and noses plugged and we’ll be fine?
Two contributions from Salvage’s panel, ‘Freedom in the Twenty-first Century’, at the 2022 Historical Materialism conference in London:
Fossil Sovereignty and Anthropocene Freedom
Will a transition to renewable energy usher in the realm of freedom? Can we extract answers from accounts of primitive accumulation?
Freedom on a Damaged Planet
In a wounded world the realm of necessity will outlast capitalism. Beginning the tragic work of reimagining liberty’s constrained horizon.