modes of production, supranational system
Traces human "modes of production" from primate tool use through a number of stages "upward" to the supranational system, seen as the latest "mode of production." This article presents theoretical aspects pretty well, but was widely misunderstood -- capitalists still thought I was bringing down the West, and Marxists throught I was being too kind to the corporations.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Current Anthropology, v. 18, issue 4, p. 615-635
Scholar Commons Citation
Wolfe, Alvin W., "The Supranational Organization of Production: An Evolutionary Perspective" (1977). Anthropology Faculty Publications. 6.