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Darryl Walker Jr

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Beyond the Profit Motive: The Anti-blackness of Orthodox Marxism

Since some folks still believe that there is "no war but class war" - I submit the following points: 1. There comes a time where one needs to realize that the profit motive lacks explanatory power in the face of... Continue Reading →

Black Businesses: Repackaging Exploitation

Of all racial and/or ethnic groups in the United States, black people have the worst economic outcomes. A litany of statistics indicate that blacks are the most likely to be unemployed, underemployed, and living below the poverty line. The diagnosis... Continue Reading →

A Marxist Perspective on the Job Application Process

Once upon a time, employees were able to hang their hats at a company and bank on retirement. This sense of stability and loyalty has all but vanished - as neoliberalism has ushered in an epoch of increased precarity. The... Continue Reading →

Laws Are Ego Defense Mechanisms

Our general conception of "law" needs to be completely re-thought. Conventional wisdom espouses the belief that the legal process is neutral and objective. The sheer mentioning of law summons biblical images of Moses descending from the mountains with the Commandments.... Continue Reading →

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