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The West’s Finance-Capitalist Road
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The history of debt cancellation and Jesus's economic justice activism 
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Making the Fed an Instrument for Disaster
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The Deep Meaning of the French Railroad Strikes
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"This is a Game We Can Win"
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The Hudson Report
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The Next Financial Crisis -- Not If, But When
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Camden Tent City, 2009
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Outlook for the 1% (and the Democratic Party split), 2018
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Class Struggle and Imperial Wars as the Motor Force of US History
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Shake Up and Shake Down
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West Scranton, 2017
Introduction to the German Edition
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Some Stuff Worth Knowing
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Secretary of the Treasury for the .01%
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New York, 2017
That's the Rub, It Can't
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2017 compared to 1917
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Home cooking in Hanoi, 2017
An interview with journalist Chris Hedges
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It should be called the Leona Helmsley tax plan, only the little people will pay taxes
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Marseille, 2017
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A Broad Spectrum Column
Trump is Turning Against the White Working Class that Elected Him
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U.S. Sanctions Aimed at Russia Strike Western European Allies
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What will those rascals in Moscow do next?
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Peter Frankopan's The Silk Roads: A New History of the World shows why we need to re-vision history
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Glass-Steagall or Another Economic Meltdown?
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If One Arm is Right, the Other Will Be Left, No?
More in Economics
Not the American One, But Trump’s
The ‘White Plague’ of the 21st Century
Hiding How the Economy Really Works
Finance as Warfare: The IMF Lent to Greece Knowing It Could Never Pay Back Debt
How a Bank Conquered Washington
In the West Junk Information And Junk Judgment Prevail
Real Vision Interview Transcript with Steve Keen
It’s Time for the Clintons, Rubin to Go – and Soros too
Protectionist Trumponomics vs. Neoliberalism
Articles based on a 2012 Istanbul conference on Thorstein Veblen
Bibi wants more and Congress might deliver
Is Inequality Really Good for the Economy?
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A simple remedy for income stagnation
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Which superpower is more threatened by its “extractive elites”?
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The sources of America’s immigration problems—and a possible solution
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Harvard's academic mission is dwarfed by its $30 billion endowment.