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Ed Finn | A prolonged cessation of growth, without government bailouts, would eventually morph into capitalism's demise.
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Sears Department Store at the Cambridge Centre, Cambridge, Ont. Photo: Mike Kalasnik
Linda McQuaig | Why a billionaire American hedge fund manager should personally pay benefits of terminated Sears workers
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Vlad Bunea | The actions of mining company Gabriel Resources in Romania is a case study of how global capitalism extracts wealth from poor countries.
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Yves Engler | The world's oceans are set to have more plastic than fish by 2050. Based on externalizing costs and privatizing profits, 21st-century capitalism is turning our seas into a plastic blob.
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Rick Salutin | In Copenhagen in 2009, when Brazil's successful bid for this year's Olympics was announced, Lula, then the country's president, leapt in the air and danced.
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Rick Salutin | Could we please stop treating refugees who drown in the Mediterranean as if they're another earthquake or tsunami? This isn't a natural disaster, it's a hands-on human one.
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Redeye Collective | A new book by journalist Alex Renton takes a short sharp tour of the cheap meat habit, its costs and solutions.
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Duncan Cameron | In recent years, those who thought governments only looked out for their own interests, somehow convinced people that corporations could be trusted to exert ever greater influence and privilege.
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Stuart Trew | Forget the acronyms, fight the overall corporate agenda. If there was a general message to my six-city trade justice tour with Harjap Grewal this week in B.C., that was it.
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Stuart Trew | For the current government and free-market ideologues, only economic freedoms are sacrosanct, and state sovereignty is only useful to the extent that it empowers multinational capital.
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Thomas Ponniah | Salimah Valiani's insightful Rethinking Unequal Exchange deploys a feminist, world-systems approach to the question: how do we understand the international migration of caring labour?
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Murray Dobbin | Khrushchev famously predicted that communism would bury capitalism. But instead that job is now in the hands of capitalists themselves -- in the hands of neo-liberal madmen.