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Noam Chomsky: Structural Adjustment

What can we do about it? Just about everything. The IMF is hardly more than a branch of the Treasury Department. Economist Jagdish Bhagwati, no radical, refers to the IMF- Treasury-Wall St complex that is a core part of de facto world government. The Treasury Department is part of the US government. If we had Read more…

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Noam Chomsky: Bush’s Economics

Whether Bush believes, or even understands, the economic policies of his administration I have no idea, and it really doesn’t matter much. What’s important are the policies, not whether Bush understands what his handlers instruct him to say. The current policies are an extreme version of what has been going on since the late Carter Read more…

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Noam Chomsky: Welcome

This blog will include brief comments on diverse topics of concern in our time. They will sometimes come from the ZNet Sustainer Forum System where Noam interacts through a forum of his own, sometimes from direct submissions, sometimes culled from mail and other outlets — always from Noam Chomsky.

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Noam Chomsky: Welcome

This blog will include brief comments on diverse topics of concern in our time. They will sometimes come from the ZNet Sustainer Forum System where Noam interacts through a forum of his own, sometimes from direct submissions, sometimes culled from mail and other outlets — always from Noam Chomsky.

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Revolution Mayka: People Over Profit – A Radical Proposal for Our Economic Crisis

    People Over Profit A Proposal for How to Deal with the Economic Crisis This is a summary (with a few additions) of an essay called “Demand, Don’t Succumb” by Michael Albert, creator of “the 3rd economic system” Participatory Economics, or Parecon, which rejects capitalism or markets as well as communism or central planning. Read more…

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Tal Ariel: Good Morning Boss!

Good Morning Boss! The Elite Homeless Class by Tal Ariel January 8, 2007 Shuddering from the wind and blinded by the brilliant colorless sky, I left my house this wintry morning heading towards the train station on my way to work.  I began my morning commute mental Q&A exerices. What shall I have for lunch? Read more…

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Justin Geo: I updated my ZSpace

I’ve added some new photos and a list of things Im reading, watching and listening to  

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Brian Small: National Railworkers’ 20 Year Battle

Japanese Labor History, JR FuSaiYo Mondai I’ve found these National Railworker struggle group(Tosodan) guys to be approachable and fun on a personal level. Whenever they’re not overwhelmed with their own court cases and union democracy issues they’re always ready to jump in and support peace and environmental issues. I stumbled upon them by chance thanks Read more…

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Roger Bybee: Labor must exert heat

Dems Need to Feel Real Heat From Labor Tuesday July 21 2:15 pm   Before the Wagner Act of 1935 establishing the right to form unions, labor activists like my paternal grandfather could be fired for pro-union or socialist activity—as he was three times in the 1920s and 1930s in my hometown of Racine, Wis. Read more…

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Revolution Mayka: Atlanta IOPS Meeting Notes from March

Atlanta IOPS (International Organization for a Participatory Society) start up group meeting notes *note: to better understand the notes, it helps for one to be familiar with 1) the models offered in participatory society (some ATL IOPS members’ attempt at simplification with comprehensiveness available at myspace.com/parsoc – which is the book we speak of); 2) Read more…

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