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  • Autonomism
    Mike Small 13th Aug'11 2
  • Anarchism

    Rorschach England

    This has been England’s Rorschach moment, where the collective bile against the underclass that 30 years of neoliberal policy has created comes to the surface. […]

    Neil ScottSeamus Milne 11th Aug'11 9
  • Economics

    Paul Jorion

    This courtesy of the ever brilliant Frankly : The systemic crisis experienced by major economies has drawn attention to the shortcomings of current market practices. […]

    Mike Small 2nd Aug'11 1
  • Economics

    US Debt All Fixed Then?

    If you don’t already follow Greg Palast, you should, here’s why: It was quite upsetting to find our President blindfolded and tied to a chair […]

    Mike Small 2nd Aug'11 0
  • Economics

    The Flottila Effect

    Small countries would never be able to survive the coming economic storms, right? We need to cling on to great stable financial states like, er […]

    Mike Small 2nd Aug'11 3
  • Death of Capitalism

    Debt: The First 5000 Years

    “The real dirty secret is that if the deficit ever completely went away, it would cause a major catastrophe.” – David Graeber As the US […]

    Mike Small 26th Jul'11 9
  • Anti-Capitalism

    An End to Just-So Stories?

    A review of Beyond the Corporation, Humanity Working by David Erdal, The Bodley Head, London, ISBN 978-847-92109-3 by R. Eric Swanepoel (writer and coordinator of […]

    R. Eric Swanepoel 12th Jul'11 1
  • Climate Change

    Beyond Broken Britain

    An SNP administration in full coalition with the Scottish Green Party could allow real change to sweep across the nation. Major shifts towards a low-carbon […]

    Mike Small 1st May'11 21
  • Alex Salmond
    Christopher Harvie 29th Apr'11 5
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Susan George, Crisis & Solutions

    For more than three decades ground-breaking scholar and activist Susan George has written expansively on the effects of neo-liberal economics on the poor. Product & […]

    Mike Small 16th Mar'11 1
  • Economics
    Kevin Williamson 9th Feb'11 9
  • Economics

    The Scotland Bill is Broken

    It is not too much to say that the Calman income tax proposals could become Labour’s very own Poll Tax in Scotland.

    20th Dec'10 0
  • Economics
    Michael Roy 24th Nov'10 6
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Ideological Incapacity

    Welfare is a complex subject. Yet, some welfare facts are brutally simple. Around 2.5 million people on IB are a testimony to the fact that […]

    Harvey Duke 28th Oct'10 4

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