Monthly Archives: March 2013

800 POLITICAL CARTOONS BY ANDY SINGER

800 political cartoons from Andy Singer await you at www.politicalcartoons.com Among the incredible cartoons are Fly Kafka Airlines, Bush Faces the Iraq Threat, Peace President Bush, Orwell Man Bush Explains the New Stalinism, Orwell Man Bush Teaches Doublespeak, Aphorisms by … Continue reading

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Back to Full Employment: BookTV Presentation March 19, 2013 1hr 19 min

Robert Pollin, Prof. at the University of Massachusetts http://www.booktv.org/Watch/14290/quotBack+to+Full+Employmentquot.aspx

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Back to Full Employment – Robert Pollin, 11-pages, Jan/Feb 2011

Robert Pollin is Professor of Economics and Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is co-author of A Measure of Fairness “Employment conditions in the United States today, in the aftermath of the … Continue reading

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John Maynard Keynes: “Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren,” 7-pages pdf, 1930

http://www.econ.yale.edu/smith/econ116a/keynes1.pdf

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Free Internet Book: “Social Democracy After the Cold War,” 340pp by Ingo Schmidt

“The social democracy we see today has now abandoned even that commitment to a mixed economy characterized by significant but not dominant public ownership and redistributive social and economic policies. What distinguishes the new social democracy is an embrace of … Continue reading

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“We need a new economic balance”

“We need a new economic balance” author: Democracy Think Tank in Germany e-mail:e-mail: marc1seed@yahoo.com TRANSLATOR’S NOTE: If the US removed the cap on social security, public spirit and generational trust would be restored. At present, there is a cap at … Continue reading

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