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✑ DAVID F. RUCCIO` ╱ ± 5 minutes
The socialist American Dream made the capitalist American Dream possible.

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Has Wealth Gone Digital?

✑ BLAIR FIX` ╱ ± 10 minutes
It’s based on a misunderstanding of the nature of wealth.

A Marxist Analysis of the iPhone

✑ E. AHMET TONAK (TRICONTINENTAL INSTITUTE)` ╱ ± 12 minutes
The rate of exploitation is 2458%.

Big Tech ‘Nudges’ Our Behavior for Its Own Greed: Here’s a 4-Step Social Media Self-Defense Class

✑ JUSTIN PODUR` ╱ ± 7 minutes
The surveillance industry sees us as little more than raw materials.

Calculating Slave Reparations in Dollars

✑ PAUL COCKSHOTT` ╱ ± 10 minutes
The only effective ‘reparation’ that can be made for past exploitation is to socialise all of the economy.

Production and then distribution, or distribution and production together

✑ BRANKO MILANOVIC` ╱ ± 5 minutes
The neoclassical idea that production and distribution can be neatly separated.

White Nationalism and Crony Capitalism Are the Sparks That Started Fires in the Amazon

✑ PRABIR PURKAYASTHA` ╱ ± 7 minutes
This is what capital and their ideologues call releasing the animal spirits of capital.

Can Capitalists Afford Economic Growth? - An Animation

ELVIRE THOUVENOT, (BASED ON SHIMSHON BICHLER & JONATHAN NITZAN)` ╱ ± 10 minutes
Capitalists seek not more income per se.

Global Warming and U.S. National Security Diplomacy

✑ MICHAEL HUDSON` ╱ ± 11 minutes
A Green program cannot succeed without confronting the National Security state’s mentality aiming at U.S. oil supremacy.

The G7 countries look feeble — Iran and Brazil could shore them up

✑ VIJAY PRASHAD` ╱ ± 5 minutes
Nothing of significance was discussed with seriousness at this meeting.




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