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Nasser, Alan.
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Overripe economy : American capitalism and the crisis of democracy / Alan Nasser.
London :   Pluto Press,   c2018.  
xii, 308 p. ; 25 cm.
9780745337944 (hbk.) 9780745337937 (pbk.)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Capitalism --United States --History. Capitalism --Political aspects --United States.
United States --Economic conditions.
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Section	Section Description	Page Number
Acknowledgements	p. xi
Introduction	p. 1
    The Ineffective Response to the Current Crisis	p. 2
    The Origin of this Book	p. 2
    Capitalism''s Two Historical Signature Incarnations: Free-Market and Social Democratic	p. 4
    The Long-Term Historical Origins of the Post-Social-Democratic Settlement	p. 5
    The Periodization of the Book''s Historical Genealogy	p. 6
1	The Nineteenth Century: Framework Stimulants, Destructive Competition and the Making of Oligopoly Capitalism	p. 14
    The First Industrial Revolution''s Framework Stimulants: The Steam Engine and the Railroad	p. 15
    Competition and Crisis	p. 17
    Railroads, Crises of Overinvestment and Overproduction and the Forging of Capitalist Class Consciousness	p. 21
    The First Intervention: Consolidation as the Antidote to Overinvestment and Overproduction	p. 25
    The Establishment of Oligopoly Capitalism	p. 26
    Consolidation and Centralization in the Nineteenth Century: The Abiding Contradictions of Investment-led Growth and the Persistence of Destabilizing Competition	p. 26
    The Second Intervention: Regulation	p. 32
2	Working-Class Resistance, the State-Supported Capitalist Response, the Mechanization of Industry and the Defeat of Organized Labor	p. 35
    The Early American Sense of Freedom and Equality	p. 36
    Proletarianization, Workers'' Resistance and Private-Public Repression	p. 37
    The Militarization of Repression	p. 39
    Mechanization, the De-Skilling of the Proletarianized Labor Force and the Assault on Skilled Labor	p. 41
    The First Wage-Push Profit Squeeze	p. 43
    The Mechanical Counterpart of Proletarianization: The Assembly Line	p. 47
    The End of the Railroad Age, the First World War and the Resurgence of Labor''s Militancy	p. 49
    The Business Counterattack and the Defeat of Organized Labor	p. 54
3	The 1920s: The Dynamics of Mature Industrial Capitalism	p. 56
    Framework Stimulus: The Automobile Industry	p. 58
    Production and Productivity in the 1920S	p. 61
    The Advance of Productivity'' and the Ongoing Expulsion of Labor and Capital From Production: The Era of Disaccumulation	p. 65
    Wages, Production, Prices and Profits in the 1920s	p. 66
    The Ongoing Concentration and Centralization of Production and Distribution	p. 68
    Excess Capacity, Underconsumption, Advertising, Credit and the Birth of American Consumerism	p. 70
    Inequality and the Faux "Middle Class" of the 1920s	p. 74
    Stagnation Tendencies in the 1920s	p. 75
    Galloping Disaccumulation: The Long-Term Expulsion of Labor From Production, De-Skilling and Technological Unemployment	p. 77
    Inequality, Surplus Capital and Speculation: Embryonic Financialization	p. 79
    Investment and Employment in Mature Capitalism: The Displacement of Capital and Labor From Production and Wage-Driven Demand	p. 82
4	The 1930s and the Great Depression	p. 84
    Herbert Hoover''s Response	p. 87
    Popular Dissent Overcomes the Political Apathy of the 1920s	p. 88
    The Beginnings of Business Mobilization	p. 90
    The 1932 Presidential Election	p. 90
    The Third Intervention: The First New Deal and its Limitations	p. 92
    Roosevelt''s Limitations as a New Dealer	p. 92
    The Making of the First New Deal	p. 94
    The National Industrial Recovery Act Births a New Labor Militancy	p. 97
    Keynes''s Intercession	p. 98
    The Fourth Intervention: Fed-Up Labor Resurgent	p. 99
    The Fifth Intervention: The Plot to Overthrow Roosevelt	p. 102
    The Sixth Intervention: The Second New Deal and its Paradigmatic Achievements	p. 106
    Social Security and the Works Progress Administration: Major Casualties of Roosevelt''s Fiscal Conservatism	p. 109
    The End of the Recovery and the Triumph of "Sound Finance"	p. 114
    Was the Depression the Result of Overinvestment or Underconsumption?	p. 120
    Systemic Problems and Secular Stagnation	p. 122
5	The Rise and Fall of the Golden Age	p. 124
    The Golden Age as Heir to the New Deal and the Great Society	p. 124
    Would New Deal Victories Remain Permanent?	p. 124
    Labor Struggles to Secure and Expand New Deal Gains	p. 125
    The Persistence of the 1920s Stagnationist Settlement	p. 127
    The Foundations of the U.S. Golden Age	p. 128
    The Great Society: A Further Response to Persistent Poverty	p. 134
    The Dusk of the Golden Age: The Withering of the Golden Age''s Stimulants	p. 135
    The Seventh Intervention: The Taft-Hartley Act	p. 138
    The Second Red Scare	p. 139
    The Eighth Intervention: Deindustrialization	p. 140
    Financialization: The First Stage	p. 143
    The Changing Pattern of Investment and Employment and the Ongoing Expulsion of Labor From Production	p. 145
    The Long Boom, Strengthened Labor and the Wage-Push Profit Squeeze	p. 148
    The Political Significance of the Full-Employment Profit Squeeze	p. 152
    The Ninth Intervention: The Political Counterrevolution of Capital, the Powell Memo and the "Quiet Coup"	p. 153
6	The New Financialization: Debt, Investment and the Financialized Firm	p. 158
    The Stagflation of the 1970s and the Beginnings of Neoliberalism	p. 158
    The Tenth Intervention: Bill Clinton and the Reaganization of the Democratic Party	p. 159
    The Era of Secular Stagnation - The Condition of Overripe Capitalism	p. 162
    Summers, Krugman and Skidelsky on Secular Stagnation	p. 163
    Securitization: Investment and Profits Without Production	p. 165
    The New Financialization	p. 167
    Financialization and the Growth of Leveraged Corporate Debt	p. 168
    The Dot.com and Housing Bubbles	p. 169
    The Eleventh Intervention: The Bailout as Declaration of Finance Capital''s Command of the State	p. 172
    TARP and QE as Emblems of Financial Hegemony	p. 173
    The Twelfth Intervention: Occupy	p. 176
    Debt and the Transformed Nature of the Firm and of Investment Under Financialized Capitalism: LBOs, Private Equity and the Shareholder-Value Movement	p. 177
    Financialized Capitalism''s Dependence on Burgeoning Debt	p. 179
    Buybacks and the Debt-Driven, Private-Investment-Starved New Normal	p. 180
7	The Landscape of Austerity: Polarization, the Destruction of Jobs, and the Emerging Police State	p. 184
    The New Expulsion of Labor: AI, Robotization and Declining Investment Costs	p. 184
    Ongoing Job Loss Since the End of the War and Into the Future	p. 192
    Manufacturing and the Society of "Abundance"	p. 194
    The Hollowing Out of the Middle Class and job Polarization	p. 196
    Jobless Recoveries and Wage and Employment Patterns in the Digitaiized Economy	p. 198
    Burgeoning Unstable Work and the Emerging Precariat	p. 203
    The American Worker Becomes Marginal to the U.S. Economy	p. 208
    The Development of Inequality	p. 209
    The Shaping of American "Democracy"	p. 212
    The Thirteenth Intervention: The Bernie Sanders Movement	p. 216
    Anticipating Social Dislocation: The Decline of Democracy and the Emergence of the Repressive State	p. 217
    The Suppression of Dissent	p. 222
    Where Things Stand	p. 224
8	Conclusion	p. 225
    The Consciousness of the Working Class	p. 226
    Actually Existing Tendencies of Resistance	p. 227
    The Indispensability of the Left''s Contribution to Transcending Capitalism	p. 232
Appendix A	Economic Maturity and Disaccumulation - A Mildly Wonkish Summation	p. 234
    The Dynamics Of Investment	p. 235
Appendix B	What Keynes Really Prescribed	p. 243
    Neoclassical Economic Theory	p. 243
    Keynes''s Critique of Neoclassical Theory: The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money	p. 246
    Keynes, Secular Stagnation and the Transition from Productive to Financial Investment	p. 249
    Full Employment Means Full Employment: Why Aggregate Demand Policy is Misguided	p. 253
    The Disconnect Between Stimulating Private Demand and Reducing Unemployment	p. 254
    The Inequitable Distributional Effects of Conventional Pump Priming	p. 257
    The Failure of Aggregate-Demand-Management Keynesianism and the Current Employment Crisis	p. 258
    The Present Age of Abundance and the Withering Away of Necessary Labor	p. 259
    How Well Has Keynes''s Forecast of an Economy of Abundance Held Up?	p. 264
    Abundance, Leisure and Consumerism	p. 267
    Productivity Growth: Abundance and Leisure or Superprofits and Inequality	p. 269
    A Final Word on the Indispensability, Under Capitalism, of Substantial Deficits - Public or Private	p. 270
Bibliography	p. 272
Index	p. 299

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