This week, Not Rex asks: what would the world look like if the right-wing had its way?
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Canada's richest one per cent are taking more of the gains from economic growth than ever before in recorded history, says a new report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Michael M'Gonigle and Louise Takeda
We tinker endlessly inside the operating system of planetary destruction, but we don't even know how to talk about getting outside of it. A solution starts with courage.
The U.S. exported financial deregulation, promising it to be the epitome of the new capitalism that would offer the world economic salvation. The result is a banking, moral and environmental crisis.
Dec 4, 2010
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World Socialist Web Site and Socialist Equality Party Public Meeting "The Breakdown of Capitalism and A Socialist Perspective for the Working Class"
Asia Pacific Currents
Michel See, chairperson of the Migrants Trade Union, Korea, speaks about the upcoming G20 summit in Seoul.
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension
Interviews with Elizabeth May and Clayton Thomas-Muller. Headlines, Around the Left in 7 Days and Music is the Weapon.
Does the economy exist for people or do people exist for the economy? That doesn't tell you what to do economically, but it reminds you to examine the direction you want to head.
The massive floods in Pakistan that affect 20 million people are far from a random 'natural disaster.' Rather, they are a predictable result of human negligence and strife.
From Iceland, Greece, Spain, France, the U.K., Ireland, Canada and the U.S., the media and governments insist that every cent of contracted government debt must be paid. Two economists beg to differ.