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The personal is the only politics there is, the only politics with a tangible referent or emotional valence. It is in these privatized terms that action is organized, that the experience of inequity and antagonism takes meaningful shape. There is no autonomous discourse of class. Certainly not now, if ever. Reigning hegemonies, both popular and academic, may separate the construction of identity from the antinomies of class. As lived reality, then, social class is a multiply refracted gestalt. Analytically, of course, it is imperative for us not to take these things at face value.

The problem, rather, is to explain why, in the millennial age, class has become displaced and refracted in the way that it has. The concept of class so reduced captures neither the complex construction of contemporary experience nor the crises of social reproduction in which much of the world appears to be caught. Generation, in fact, seems to be an especially fertile site into which class anxieties are displaced. Perhaps that much Thai sluts in grande-vallée overdetermined: Nonetheless, generation as a principle of distinction, consciousness, and struggle has long been neglected, or taken for granted, by theorists of political economy.

This will no longer do: The growing pertinence of juveniles—or, more accurately, their impertinence—is an ineluctable feature of the present moment, from Chicago to Cape Town, Calcutta to Caracas. Preadulthood, of course, is a historically constructed category: While, in much of the late-twentieth-century English-speaking world, young white persons are teenagers, their black counterparts are youth, adolescents with attitude. And most often, if not always, male. These similarities seem to be founded on a doubling, on simultaneous inclusion and exclusion.

On one hand is their much remarked exclusion from local economies, especially from shrinking, mutating blue-collar sectors. As the expansion of the free market runs up against the demise of the welfare state, the modernist ideal in which each generation does better than its predecessor is mocked by conditions that disenfranchise the unskilled young of the inner city and the countryside cf. Denied full, waged citizenship in the nation-state, many of them take to the streets, often the only place where, in an era of privatization, a lumpen public can be seen and heard cf.

On the other hand is the recent rise of assertive, global youth cultures of desire, self-expression, and representation; in some places, too, of potent, if unconventional, forms of politicization. Pre-adults have long been at the frontiers of the transnational: In many Western contexts they, along with other disenfranchised persons notably the homeless and the unemployedconstitute a kind of counternation: As a consequence, youth tend everywhere to occupy the innovative, uncharted borderlands along which the global meets the local.

But these borderlands are also sites of tension, particularly for disadvantaged young people from postrevolutionary societies, from inner cities, and from other terrors incognita who seek to make good on the promises of the free market; also for anyone who jostles against the incivilities, illegalities, and importunities of these precocious entrepreneurs. The young have felt their power, power born partly of the sheer weight of numbers, partly of a growing inclination and capacity to turn to the use of force, partly of a willingness to hold polite society to ransom. Others have said the same of gangland wars in North American cities, witch burning in the northerly provinces of South Africa, and cognate social practices elsewhere.

Is this not a dramatic embodiment of the dark side of consumerism, of a riotous return of the repressed, of a parallel politics of class, social reproduction, and civil society? Wherein, then, lies the claim that occult economies are presently on the rise? Patently, even here we cannot be sure that the brute quantum of occult activity exceeds that of times past. Nor is all of this based in rural situations or among poor people. In South Africa a recent case involved a well-known physician: Nor is this only an African phenomenon. In various parts of Asia occult economies thrive, often taking surprising turns see Morris, in this volume. Sometimes dealings in the occult take on a more visceral, darker form.

All of which gives evidence, to those at the nether end of the global distribution of wealth, of the workings of insidious forces, of potent magical technologies and modes of accumulation. That evidence reaches into the heart of Europe itself.

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The Universal Church reforms the Protestant ethic with enterprise and urbanity, fulsomely embracing the material world. The return on capital has suddenly become more spiritually compelling and imminent. For them, and for their millions of members, the Second Coming evokes not a Jesus who saves, but one who pays dividends. Or, more accurately, one who promises a miraculous return on a limited spiritual investment. How—to put the matter more generally—are we to account for the current spread of occult economies and prosperity cults? To the degree that millennial capitalism fuses the modern and the postmodern, hope and hopelessness, utility and futility, the world created in its image presents itself as a mass of contradictions: But, as the growth of prosperity gospels and fee-for-service movements illustrates, in a neoliberal age the chiliastic urge emphasizes a privatized millennium, a personalized rather than a communal sense of rebirth; in this, the messianic meets the magical.

For the vast majority, however, the millennial moment passed without visible enrichment.

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Occult economies, then, are a response to a world gone awry, yet again: The unprecedented manifestation of zombies in the South African countryside, for instance, has grands-vallée in direct proportion to the shrinking labor market for young men. The former provides a partial explanation for the latter: As they unfold, the accusers discuss, attribute cause, grajde-vallée give voice to their understanding of the forces that make the postcolony such an inhospitable slhts for them. This is an extreme situation, obviously. But in less stark circumstances, too, these economies tend to spawn simultaneous strivings to garner wealth and to put a stop to those who do so by allegedly misbegotten means.

As all this suggests, appeals to the occult in pursuit of the secrets of capital generally rely on local cultural technologies: As in graned-vallée cults of old, this typically involves the mimicking of powerful new means of producing wealth. In short, the rise of occult economies—amidst and alongside more conventional modes of economic practice that shade into the murky domains of Love sucking in hurghada and corruption—seems overdetermined. This, after all, is an age in which the extravagant promises of millennial capitalism run up against granve-vallée increasingly nihilistic, thoroughly postmodern slut in which the will to consume outstrips the opportunity to earn; in which, relatively speaking, there is a much higher velocity of exchange than there is of production.

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But that makes it no less momentous. Of all the enchantments that accompanied the First Coming of Capitalism, perhaps the most perduring was nationalism. We shall consider this view, and the articulate dissent it has provoked, in a moment. Where one gains, the other must lose. In all this, as will be clear, it is the workings of transnational corporations, and especially the mobility of their productive operations, that are held accountable for the imminent demise of the nation-state. It has eroded their monopolistic control over the money supply, their capacity to contain wealth within borders, and even their ability to tax citizens or corporations.

From this perspective, the emergence of a global economy is said to be undermining the nation-state by deconstructing currency, credit, and customs boundaries—which formerly gave governments a major means of control over the wealth of their nations—by creating mobile markets across the planet, thus dispersing the production and circulation of value. The thesis has also been argued in terms other than the simply economic, of course. Some do care—and are not prepared to give up so easily on the salience of the nation-state.

Here, in a nutshell, is the countercase. This antithetical position has a nontrivial political dimension for its advocates, especially those on the left. To the degree that globalization dissolves the sovereign nation-state into a sea of planetary economic forces and legal jurisdictions, it would appear to negate any real prospect of progressive or proletarian politics—be they international or intranational—as they would have no terrain on which to occur, no concrete object in terms of which to frame themselves, no obvious target against which to act cf.

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