cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/188338
> Hello fellow readers and friends. I finished formatting the ebook for Paul Mattick Sr's book *Marx and Keynes: The Limits of the Mixed Economy*. I have below several links to the various formats on Mediafire and on the Marxists Internet Archive
> * [EPUB](https://www.mediafire.com/file/p2918u9sqm6ce5y/Mattick%252C_Paul_-_Marx_and_Keynes%252C_The_Limits_of_the_Mixed_Economy.epub/file)
> * [MOBI](https://www.mediafire.com/file/qehhfknt5clu5f5/Mattick%252C_Paul_-_Marx_and_Keynes%252C_The_Limits_of_the_Mixed_Economy.mobi/file)
> * [MIA ebooks holding all above versions](https://www.marxists.org/ebooks/)
> * [Other PDF](https://docdro.id/6qZRyfq)
> For other books on a similar subject also see [bit.ly/CommunistEPUBs](https://bit.ly/CommunistEPUBs) and the [Marxists Internet Archive](https://marxists.org).
> Image Description:
> >A book cover featuring a black background. In pink text along the top is "Marx and Keynes: The Limits of the Mixed Economy" and along the bottom is "By Paul Mattick" and "Marxists Internet Archive". In the center are two black and white photos of John Maynard Keynes and Karl Marx arranged in such a way as to have them facing each other.
There are countless games that simulate worlds and societies with hierarchical structures (you are a god, you are a military leader, you are a business owner, you are a football club manager, etc). Are there any games that explore player agency within an anarchic context? I’m not asking for examples with mere absence of visible hierarchy (e.g. OpenSuspect) but rather simulations of explicit anarchist dynamics and horizontal structures.
I’m interested less in games that portray anarchy as an unstable state of social unrest (i.e. rioting), but rather as a stable state of being and living for human beings.
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