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Behind the Money Curtain: A Left Take on Taxes, Spending and Modern Monetary Theory
Taxes do not fund government spending.That's a core insight of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) whose radical implications have not been understood very well by the left. Indeed, it's not well understood ...
Bleeding the Patient: The Debt/Deficit Hoax Exposed
An edited transcript of a four-hour discussion held by nine progressive political economists. Discusses the hysteria around the government debt-deficit issue and the difficulty in developing counter-a...
Connexions Digest: Issue 54 - February 1992- A Social Change Sourcebook
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The Deficit is No Accident
The deficit and national debt were created intentionally by politicians of both parties, to destroy social programs which give working people some protection against unrestrained corporate power
Obama's "We Got No Money" Rap : Why It Augurs a Sinister Banksters' End Game
Obama is deliberately precipitating another crisis on the advise of his chief lieutenants. Summers and Geithner are steering the economy back into recession so they can implement the same austerity me...
Privatizing Social Security: Who Wins?: Against The Current vol. 114
Over the years, there have been numerous attempts and proposals to privatize the social security system. It was a key Republican platform item in the 2000 election. The idea was subsequently thwarte...
Seven Public Sector Myths
Fact and fiction about the public sector.