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Vladimir Milov
| December 14, 2015

'Economics for Everyone' is a handbook for the 99%

Economics for Everyone, Second Edition: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism

by Jim Stanford
(Pluto Press, CCPA and Fernwood Publishing,
2015;
24.95)

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I'm not an economist. Despite a very basic introduction to economics course, I will sheepishly admit that my eyes glaze over at the slightest mention of per capita expenditures or financial derivatives.

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Does Justin know? The virus that invaded the body of Liberal thought is still there

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It is legitimate to look for real change in economic policy under the new Liberal government. Instead what requires explaining is Justin Trudeau naming Bill Morneau -- a leading economic conservative -- as finance minister.

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Image: Flickr/Joseph Morris
| October 5, 2015
Redeye

We can afford the Leap

October 3, 2015
| In September, Naomi Klein launched the Leap Manifesto, outlining a bold new vision for a just and sustainable future. Seth Klein has done an economic analysis to show how the Leap can be funded.
Length: 14:49 minutes (13.58 MB)
Redeye

Harperism: How Stephen Harper and His Think Tank Colleagues Have Transformed Canada

September 30, 2015
| Professor Donald Gutstein says Stephen Harper's policies are the result of decades of effort by a network of right-wing think tanks determined to change how governments operate.
Length: 33:54 minutes (31.05 MB)
Photo: jacinta lluch valero/flickr
| September 22, 2015
Migrant Matters

Uncovering the myths of communism!

September 20, 2015
| This highly informative interview addresses the common concerns about communism that exists in the community.
Length: 37:27 minutes (85.73 MB)

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Capitalism must die! Your economic guidebook to revolution

Capitalism Must Die! A basic introduction to capitalism: what it is, why it sucks, and how to crush it 2nd edition

by Stephanie McMillan
(INIP,
2015;
$27.00)

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