Now, instead of saying “our socioeconomic system is failing us,” an entire generation of children will learn to say, “I have failed myself.”
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One thing we can be certain of is that capitalism will end.
For European elites, Greece is a convenient scapegoat.
A review of Domenico Losurdo’s Liberalism: A Counter-History.
Occupy Wall Street has thrown off many sparks. A little one landed in academic economics.
New politics will emerge, in part, from the cauldron of occupation.
The Hidden Curriculum of Liberal Do-Gooders
The strike is still labor’s most indispensable tool. What can we do to revive it?
The alternative is to change our view of what kind of work is socially valuable and to recognize that what happens outside of wage labor should be held in equal esteem.