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What now? The roots of the present economic crisis and the way forward: a discussion with David Harvey and Robert Brenner. Sponsored by the Advanced Research Collaborative, Center for Place, Culture and Politics, and Center for the Humanities. The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York City, December 1, 2016.