Argentina: The Reproduction of Capital Accumulation through Political Crisis

Argentina: The Reproduction of Capital Accumulation through Political Crisis Historical Materialism , volume 14:1 (185–219) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2006 Also available online – www.brill.nl 1 Marx 1991, p. 956. 2 Tomasi di Lampedusa 2000, p. 41. Juan Iñigo Carrera Argentina: The Reproduction of Capital Accumulation through Political Crisis And all science would be superfluous if the form of appearance of things directly coincided with their essence. 1 Se vogliamo che tutto rimanga come é, bisogna che tutto cambi. 2 In her article, ‘The Battle of Buenos Aires: Crisis, Insurrection and the Reinvention of Politics in Argentina’, Ana Dinerstein presents a thesis which bears much relevance for the Argentine working class. According to Dinerstein, the events of 19–20 December 2001 in the Plaza de Mayo brought about a fundamental change in the way politics is practised in Argentina. Moreover, the nature of this change is impossible to miss, clearly pointing as it does towards a new form of political action directed at superseding the capitalist mode of production. Dinerstein bases her thesis on four points related to the people’s march on the Plaza de Mayo: a) its broad-based appeal; b) its spontaneity and horizontal organisation; c) its demand ‘all of them must go!’ HIMA 14,1_f11_185-219III 3/29/06 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Historical Materialism Brill

Argentina: The Reproduction of Capital Accumulation through Political Crisis

Historical Materialism, Volume 14 (1): 185 – Jan 1, 2006

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© 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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Historical Materialism , volume 14:1 (185–219) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2006 Also available online – www.brill.nl 1 Marx 1991, p. 956. 2 Tomasi di Lampedusa 2000, p. 41. Juan Iñigo Carrera Argentina: The Reproduction of Capital Accumulation through Political Crisis And all science would be superfluous if the form of appearance of things directly coincided with their essence. 1 Se vogliamo che tutto rimanga come é, bisogna che tutto cambi. 2 In her article, ‘The Battle of Buenos Aires: Crisis, Insurrection and the Reinvention of Politics in Argentina’, Ana Dinerstein presents a thesis which bears much relevance for the Argentine working class. According to Dinerstein, the events of 19–20 December 2001 in the Plaza de Mayo brought about a fundamental change in the way politics is practised in Argentina. Moreover, the nature of this change is impossible to miss, clearly pointing as it does towards a new form of political action directed at superseding the capitalist mode of production. Dinerstein bases her thesis on four points related to the people’s march on the Plaza de Mayo: a) its broad-based appeal; b) its spontaneity and horizontal organisation; c) its demand ‘all of them must go!’ HIMA 14,1_f11_185-219III 3/29/06

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