In this issue:
The New Middle Class and the Changing Social Base of Neoliberalism: a First Approximation by Neil Davidson
How do we Recognize Neoliberalism? by Thomas Presskorn-Thygesen
Anti-politics and the Illusions of Neoliberalism by Tad Tietze and Elizabeth Humphrys
Neoliberalism and the Breaking of the English Working Class: an Attempt to Historicise by Matt Myers
Who Makes our Money? Economics and Politics in the Age of Crisis Capitalism by Ole Bjerg
Neoliberalism and Fashion by Tansy Hoskins
Clandestine Acclaim: How Spectacles Conceal Our Praise of Power by Torgeir Fjeld
Adorno and the Articulation of the Critique of Bourgeois Economics by Callum Macrae
The Death of God and the War on Terror by Terry Eagleton
In the Land of Revelation by Osama Esber
Review: Paramilitarism and Neoliberalism in Columbia by Olivia Arigho Stiles
Review: This Changes Everything by Jack Pickering
Oedipus is So Bourgeois: Žižek and the Mediating Subject by Luigi Russi
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