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n Africanus - Capitalism and racist forms of political domination : part one : historical, theoretical and empirical diagnostics

Volume 37, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 0304-615X

Abstract

South African political economy has long been pre-occupied with the relationships between class, racist and patriarchal forms of political domination. These relationships are not only contentious between Marxists and non-Marxists, but also within these schools. At the heart of the older scholarly debate, dating to the 1960s, is the extent to which racial domination, in particular Apartheid, was functional for capital accumulation. Subsequent Marxist political economists failed to apply dialectical method thoroughly, and thus did not theorise the relationship between race and capitalism as contradictory. Worse, unreconstructed vulgar Marxism and modernisation theory have together supported the conceptual underpinnings of neoliberalism, which attempts to draw the ?second economy' into the 'first' so as to expand the market.

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2020-11-30

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