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Democrats Make A Bold Stand For Neoliberalism

Phillip Mirowski says that one of the tactics of neoliberalism is to ‘flood the zone’ with policy proposals so that any solution to a particular problem chosen by the left or right is liable to have its origins in neoliberal … Continue reading

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This is MY Grist for the Consumerist Mill

One of the ways that Polish people dealt more effectively with the collective trauma of communism during the communist era than they have afterward was the extreme political nature of much popular art and the cat and mouse game that … Continue reading

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The Argument For Open Borders

Among other things, borders can reveal collective differences, whether these are due to political, ethno-cultural or other factors. They bring into stark relief the fact that the finished results or day to day life in different places that are quite … Continue reading

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Neoliberalism In Few Words

I don’t like any of the definitions of Neoliberalism that I’ve seen. Most are two long or not clear enough or just kind of off. I won’t try for a formal definition because that’s a pain. My provisional interpretation of … Continue reading

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Neoliberalism, Sterility and the Hollowed Out Center

Quick theory on why Neoliberalism is doing so badly and why it’s not going to get better (hardly any of this is original, but I’m too lazy/busy to list all the sources. Neoliberalism causes sterility. Societies that accept neoliberalism therefore … Continue reading

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