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A Brave New World, or the Same Old Story with New Characters?

✑ JAYATI GHOSH` ╱ ± 8 minutes
This growth should not be exaggerated for most developing regions.

Neoliberalism: Not So Bad?

✑ MICHAEL ROBERTS` ╱ ± 8 minutes
All the trends in the current neoliberal world show slowing growth in real GDP.

Top Marx for Pluralism

✑ CAHAL MORAN` ╱ ± 7 minutes
One does not have to buy Marx’s politics to admit that the facts are on his side here.

Brexit as Symptom

✑ CHRIS DILLOW` ╱ ± 5 minutes
We Marxists stress deeper-rooted failings of capitalism.

International Women’s Day: A Militant Celebration

✑ ALEXANDRA KOLLONTAI` ╱ ± 20 minutes
Rights alone are not enough.

How to Get Venezuela’s Economy Going Again: A Conversation with Luis Enrique Gavazut

✑ (INTERVIEW WITH) LUIS ENRIQUE GAVAZUT` ╱ ± 17 minutes
Right now, the national economy is operating at 22% of its installed production capacity.




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