Monthly Archives: June 2019

Market Economy: The Superrich Endanger Democracy by Colin Crouch, 6/5/2019, Die Zeit

There are two main reasons why many observers are beginning to question the assumption — previously taken for granted — that capitalism and democracy are firm allies. First, modern capitalism is global, while democracy is mainly rooted at national and … Continue reading

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From Enlightenment to the Counter-Enlightenment

by Stephan Schulmeister FROM THE ENLIGHTENMENT TO THE COUNTER-ENLIGHTENMENT Brilliant minds elevated “the market” into a “higher being” of the postmodern age to which we must submit. The primacy of the market replaced the primacy of politics. A little contribution … Continue reading

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How Russiagate replaced Analysis of the 2016 Election by Rick Sterling, May 19, 19 dissident

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