Paul Mason’s Postcapitalism: the new Marx or inherently faulty?
Two contrasting reviews of Paul Mason’s new book, Postcapitalism:
“As a spark to the imagination, with frequent x-ray flashes of insight into the way we live now, it is hard to beat. In that sense, Mason is a worthy successor to Marx.”
“Mason’s Postcapitalism fizzes with energy that spurs the reader on. But even so, the central premise of Mason’s argument – that capitalism is being or will be replaced – is inherently faulty.”