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Burdened with Debt Reloaded: The Politics ofr Devaluation
A series of defensive and sectional struggles at workplaces in the private sector reveal that the Greek industrial capital has already taken advantage of the new institutional framework of the “state ...
Connexions: Volume 11, Number 1 - Spring 1987 - A Digest of Resources and Groups for Social Change
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Connexions Digest: Volume 12, Number 2 - Issue 48 - Winter 1988-89 - A Social Change Sourcebook
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Euro Banks vs. Greek Labor: Varoufakis is Proposing Austerity on the Banking Class
Hudson, Michael; Peries, Sharmini
Interview with Michael Hudson, professor of economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City about the current economic situation of Greece.
Europe's Leaders Visit Athens to Celebrate Their Failure
The start of Greece's six-month presidency of the EU was marked by a ceremony in the Greek capital attended by the EU commissioners. But protests were banned and there was no in-depth talk about the r...
Europe's New Road to Serfdom: Trichet Threatens Greece with Iron Heel
The conditios for Greece's new loan package is that Greece must initiate a class war by raising its taxes, lowering its social spending – and even private-sector pensions – and sell off public land, t...
The Housing Mess: Against The Current vol. 135
Despite recent CNBC and MSNBC media hosts suggesting we may be at the ‘bottom’ of the housing market crisis, and Market Watch June 3rd commentary headlines like “Housing market may turn more quickly t...
The new colonialism: Greece and Ukraine
According to Jack Rasmus, aA new form of colonialism is emerging in Europe. Not colonialism imposed by military conquest and occupation, as in the 19th century. Not even the more efficient form of eco...
Puerto Rico's default is fine, as long as Wall Street is repaid
On August 1, 2015, Puerto Rico defaulted on part of its enormous $72 billion debt, paying back only $628,000 on a relatively small $58 million loan that was due at the start of the month. The default,...
The Third World Debt: The Comforts of Newspaper Pie
Canadians are unaffected by the Third World, since most of it arrives in the form of newspaper headlines.
Wall Street and the Greek Financial Crisis
Hudson, Michael; Black, Bill
Michael Hudson and Bill Black zero in on some of the key elements of the crisis. They point out that it is not really 'Greece', let alone the Greek people, who have contracted this debt and who have b...
A World at Financial War: Will Greece Let EU Central Bankers Destroy Democracy?
The crisis for Greece – as for Iceland, Ireland and debt-plagued economies capped by the United States – is occurring as bank lobbyists demand that “taxpayers” pay for the bailouts of bad speculations...
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