The neoliberal political economy is best framed and analyzed by identifying how it services the economic domination of the capitalist owners of production, the bourgeoisie. This work examines how the combination of expanded corporate power, the arrangements of national and international state apparatuses (roused by a reorientation of economic policy), and newly imposed limitations on collective action has helped to maintain the epoch of capitalism by stifling the development of a counter-hegemony that seeks emancipation. Within this analysis rests a critique. With the long-term effects of capitalist crises jeopardizing us once again, we have an opportunity to further the effort for revolutionary change. How then do we step into engaging that political project? How do we elucidate the truth, end the illusion, and create action?
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"Ending the Illusion: Interrogating Neoliberalism and Class Action,"
Class, Race and Corporate Power: Vol. 7
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/classracecorporatepower/vol7/iss2/3