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Book Review: ‘The Zero Marginal Cost Society’ by Jeremy Rifkin

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"What if I were to say to you that 25 years from now, the bulk of the energy you use to heat your home and run your appliances, power your business, drive your vehicle, and operate every part of the global economy will likewise be free?” (Jeremy Rifkin) Read More »

The Wretched of the Earth: Hidden Dimensions in Fanon’s Thought – Part 1, Economic Development

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The jury is still out as to whether the South American experiment with decolonization is real revolutionary change or just another version of capitalism dressed up in socialist garb. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Does Capitalism Have a Future?’ by Immanuel Wallerstein, et al.

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Will capitalism overcome the many threats to its survival? What will replace it if it fails? This volume by leading world system theorists attempts to provide answers. Read More »

Appropriation of Native American Iconography in the 21st Century

How President Evo Morales can help solve this problem. Read More »

Book Review: It’s Just Good Business: The Emergence of Conscious Capitalism and the Practice of Working for Good by Jeff Klein

"It is possible to create businesses and economies that 'elevate humanity.'" Read More »

An Inquiry Into the Human Prospect: an Overview, Part Two

Capitalism and socialism are virtually indistinguishable from the standpoint of being able to respond to the challenges facing the human prospect. Read More »

Take Your Twinkie and Shove It!

On capitalist rapists. Read More »

Book Review: Friedrich Hayek: The Ideas and Influence of the Libertarian Economist by Eamonn Butler

Everything you need to know or remember about economist and philosopher F.A. Hayek. Read More »

Is Obama’s Call for Peace an Impossible Dream?

How global domestic abuse affects you, and what you can do about it. Read More »

Class Consciousness: A Question of Titanic Proportions

Social class is one of humanity's most important constructs, but what is it? And why bring up the Titanic? Read More »