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Agriculture Development in Nepal

I have always pondered about why farmers, who are tasked to feed the world, would often be less fortunate than other people. Oftentimes, we would observe that they are the ones struggling with their financial situation. 569 more words


Scarcity; Why Having Too Little Means So Much

It’s been awhile since I’ve done a book review. Probably because I have a 3 1/2 year old and a 6-month old, which doesn’t leave a lot of time for reading (for pleasure, anyway). 238 more words

Sociopolitical Systems


This blog originally appeared in Global Sisters Report, a project of National Catholic Reporter. My thanks to NCR and to author Marya Grathwohl* for permission to use it here. 879 more words


Is Democracy our Best Solution?

The term Democracy was first used in ancient Greek politics in Athens, during classical antiquity. Democracy as we know it today was established in 508-507 BC and had all the characteristics of what we now call: Direct Democracy. 1,655 more words


The Capital is Mine

We’re all trying to find ways to let the “Capital be Mine”, or better said, to let Capitalism work for us. Over the years we’ve been able to witness how that played out in all parts of our daily life. 1,542 more words


National Federal Housing Act 1934 _ President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the Act

Above is the CORRECT image of President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the New Deal. 31 more words

Economic Systems


T & O Map _ 8th century 

Today we discussed the role of Capital and Currency (03_Capital and Currency) in architecture. ¬† The project brief, … 86 more words

Economic Systems