Category Archives: The War On Workers

Today’s great sentence, from Paul Krugman

Paul Krugman is about the only person who can get me to understand macro-economics. If that’s what it’s called nowadays. You know, gigantic-scale things involving gigantic amounts of money. Today he takes on the new Biden tax proposal and a … Continue reading

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A peaceful march for human rights

The petition made specific demands: open discussions between the workers and the government, an eight-hour working day, a minimum wage of one ruble a day, more hygienic factories, an income tax, an amnesty for political prisoners, universal suffrage, education and … Continue reading

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Giving up privilege to end income equality

I read a lot of stuff, both news and opinion. Once in a while, though, I read something that sticks in my head as quite wonderful, quite unusual. And a recent New York Times opinion piece by Darren Walker, “Are … Continue reading

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