Michael Parenti: When you had the Crisis of Capitalism, Fascism is an Attempt at a Final Solution to the Class Struggle

Fascism

Image by Henrik Ström via Flickr

with Michael Parenti
Writer, Dandelion Salad
October 5, 2018

Our Hidden History on Oct 11, 2017

Michael Parenti (http://www.michaelparenti.org/) interviewed by Dave Emory (http://spitfirelist.com/) on the synergies between fascism and capitalism.


Michael Parenti is an award winning, internationally known author. His most recent books are The Face of Imperialism (a critique of the U.S. global empire; 2011) and Waiting for Yesterday: Pages from a Street Kid’s Life (an ethnic memoir about his early life in Italian Harlem; 2013); Profit Pathology and Other Indecencies, and Against Empire (1995). For further information about his work, visit his website: www.michaelparenti.org.

From the archives:

Brendan M. Cooney’s Law of Value Series: Part 1: Introduction + Marx Quiz

Who Is Karl Marx, The Critic? by The Anti-Social Socialist

Michael Parenti: Marxists vs Liberals on Capitalism

Howard Zinn: Hidden History of The American Working Class

David Harvey: The Crises of Capitalism + The Contradictions of Capitalism

85 Billionaires and the Better Half by Michael Parenti

Michael Parenti: The Threat of US Imperialism (2013) + Capitalism’s Self-Inflicted Apocalypse by Michael Parenti (2009)

Michael Parenti: Does Capitalism Work? (2002)

Rational Fascism by Michael Parenti

Strutting Fascism And Swaggering Militarism By Gaither Stewart

Jim Keady: Behind the Swoosh (Nike) (must-see)

Fascism: A False Revolution by Michael Parenti

Michael Parenti: These Countries Are Not Underdeveloped, They Are Overexploited (1986)

Michael Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism and Conspiracy

The Weight Of Chains (2010)

Michael Parenti: Functions of Fascism (1990)

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