Democracy’s Dependence on Market and What We Could Do About It Right Now: An Argument for an Internationalist, Anti-Imperialist, Anti-Racist, Feminist, Climate Collaborative

Schmitter and Karl (1991) defined modern democracy by explaining how a variety of competitive processes and channels compete for the expression of interests and values. As such, there are many different forms democracy can take. Common features of democracy include majority rule, cooperation in order to compete, and representatives who steer the collective trajectory…