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Mistress America and Neoliberalism

Mistress America, latest Noah Baumbach Greta Gerwig collaboration, is at times funny, sometimes sad, but honest throughout.

Tracy, played by Lola Kirke who you may know as the sister of Jemima Kirke for HBO’s… 292 more words


unregulated capitalism, climate change and those pesky people who actually support democracy

Honestly the debate between climate change and capitalist economies is so simplified. As a proud lefty you would think by the depiction of us that we all want communist Russia and china as our system. 688 more words


COMING SOON: Granovetter, Mark. "Economic action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness." 1985.

Abstract, as provided by the Author:

“How behavior and institutions are affected by social relations is one of the classic questions of social theory. This paper concerns the extent to which economic action is embedded in structures of social relations, in modern industrial society.

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An Anti-Neoliberal Revolution Taking Shape in the Former Ukraine

Dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley has done some excellent work/reports on the former Ukraine. Anyone should be able to find a plethora of information about them on… 163 more words

International News

To Iain Duncan Smith

Mr Iain Duncan Smith,

About this “shake-up“. Could you please find me a job that is tailored to my abilities whilst maximising┬ámy potential; one that pays me enough that I could live, not just independently but well; sufficiently that I would require no top-up credits. 683 more words


The Flailing, Failing Radical Right

The current disarray of the Abbott Government may mark the end of a decades-long experiment in radical social engineering. The experiment has yielded deepening social divisions, an antiquated, colonial-style economy and little capacity to deal with the dramatic challenges of the near future. 808 more words

Political Commentary

Ep. 28 - Maurizio Lazzarato on Capitalism and the Production of Subjectivity

In this week’s episode, John, Emily, and special guest Sumru Atuk get into the nitty gritty of Maurizio Lazzarato’s Signs and Machines: Capitalism and the Production of Subjectivity… 309 more words