Monthly Archives: March 2019

Lawrence Felinghetti turns 100

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Capitalism and democracy: what if we have it backwards? by Sheri Berman

by Sheri Berman, March 11, 2019 most on the left the story of the last decades goes something like this. During the postwar era the ‘primacy of politics’ was the rule:

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Spring forward on March 10 – with Bernie!

The head of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Univ said Trump may be in pre-dementia – unable to finish a sentence without drifting off into distraction. The people ahead of the government change their minds. The 245 Democratic votes to revoke … Continue reading

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Public Good or Private Wealth

Public Good or Private Wealthby Werner Raza and Willy Sabautski Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International, summarizes the interests of Oxfam International in a few sentences:The deep and growing chasm between the rich and the poor is not … Continue reading

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