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Notes on the State and Capital in Deadwood

Unless I missed it, there has been nothing written about how good Deadwood is at dramatizing the interplay between the state and capital. I reckon this happens at two levels of narrative that might be said to dramatize the international, … Continue reading

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The Fetishcharacter of Gold and the personification of Hearst.

This fucking Scene, man. Pure fucking Marx. The perversion of the money fetish with Hearst as its personification:

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Amalgamation and Capital.

Re-watching Deadwood, which others have recently written about in terms of its analysis of capital here and here. Unfortunately, I’m all too busy with the exciting task of trying to find adjunct teaching to add my own thoughts, but I’m … Continue reading

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