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In: The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Chapter 46: No More Room in Hell: Neoliberalism as Living Dead1

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No More Room in Hell: Neoliberalism as Living Dead1
No More Room in Hell: Neoliberalism as Living Dead
Simon Springer

When there is no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth. (Dawn of the Dead, 1978)

Introduction

Neoliberalism is a frightening proposition. It is a violent ideology made flesh as a cruel and vengeful material practice (Springer, 2015). The virulence of neoliberalism is, perhaps, even more pronounced in its ‘post’ form, where we think we have a handle on its death, while it simultaneously continues to terrorize our social and political landscapes. The implication is that postneoliberalism is akin to a zombie apocalypse, where the horror we are exposed to is characterized by the mutations, deformity, and insatiable hunger of ...

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