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The Language of Marx and his Thoery

Upon reading a review on Wage-Labor and Capital posted by Relevant Irreverence, I’m reminded of a particularly problematic feature of Marx’s work…

It is often incredibly dense and laden with nuance. 581 more words

Ferguson, MO. Black Female Takes Leap It's About Good and Evil

It was Friday evening on a local a.m. radio news talk radio station here in Savannah, Ga. This station gets its national news plugs from ABC. 262 more words

American Society

Why capitalism works

Cultural depictions of capitalism in our nowadays society are almost all negative.

There’s the Monopoly guy with the top hat and cigar. There’s Gordon Gekko saying, “Greed is good.” And, most recently, there’s the hedonism of the “Wolf of Wall Street”. 899 more words

Opinion Essays

Radio 4 gives Gramsci a (reasonably) fair hearing

It’s not often that the bourgeois media gives an anti-Stalinist communist leader and thinker a fair hearing – or, at least, allows that person’s thought and record to be presented in a balanced and objective manner. 180 more words

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The Longest Road to Capitalism

“It was only on 2 April 1991 that a law was adopted ‘on the general principle of entrepreneurship by citizens’, which finally allowed individuals to trade (‘buy, sell, and deal in bonds’)  52 more words

Economic History

Christianity, Socialism, and Wealth Creation

July 30, 2014 by Brian Griffiths

Through much of the post-war period in the West, the formation of economic policy was dominated by Keynesian activism on the part of governments seeking an increasing role in providing public services, reducing material poverty, and reshaping income redistribution. 1,238 more words